2 Responses to Climate Progress is one of Guardian’s “Top 50 Twitter climate accounts to follow”

  1. john atcheson says:

    It’s good to see CP on the list, BUT — one of the problems with the entire climate debate is that sound bites have replaced reason, fact-based thinking and Twitter plays right into that.

    I’m not a curmudgeon who rejects all new things, but Twitter should have very limited use — real time feeds from fast-breaking political events or natural disasters, for example.

    It has no place in fostering a reasoned and substantive debate about an issue like climate change.

  2. paulm says:

    Da Blog!

    How could it leave one of the most important sites off…

    Hansen
    http://www.columbia.edu/~jeh1/

    and realclimate & skeptical science

    [JR: This is about tweeting not blogging.]

2 Responses to Climate Progress is one of Guardian’s “Top 50 Twitter climate accounts to follow”

  1. john atcheson says:

    It’s good to see CP on the list, BUT — one of the problems with the entire climate debate is that sound bites have replaced reason, fact-based thinking and Twitter plays right into that.

    I’m not a curmudgeon who rejects all new things, but Twitter should have very limited use — real time feeds from fast-breaking political events or natural disasters, for example.

    It has no place in fostering a reasoned and substantive debate about an issue like climate change.

  2. paulm says:

    Da Blog!

    How could it leave one of the most important sites off…

    Hansen
    http://www.columbia.edu/~jeh1/

    and realclimate & skeptical science

    [JR: This is about tweeting not blogging.]

2 Responses to Climate Progress is one of Guardian’s “Top 50 Twitter climate accounts to follow”

  1. john atcheson says:

    It’s good to see CP on the list, BUT — one of the problems with the entire climate debate is that sound bites have replaced reason, fact-based thinking and Twitter plays right into that.

    I’m not a curmudgeon who rejects all new things, but Twitter should have very limited use — real time feeds from fast-breaking political events or natural disasters, for example.

    It has no place in fostering a reasoned and substantive debate about an issue like climate change.

  2. paulm says:

    Da Blog!

    How could it leave one of the most important sites off…

    Hansen
    http://www.columbia.edu/~jeh1/

    and realclimate & skeptical science

    [JR: This is about tweeting not blogging.]

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Climate Progress is one of Guardian’s “Top 50 Twitter climate accounts to follow”

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The UK’s Guardian has a piece on “the key people and organisations you should be following on Twitter if you’re interested in climate change and the environment.”

Climate Progress is atop the bloggers’ list — Click here to join the other nearly 5,000 subscribers to CP tweets.

I’m also delighted to report that another CAP blogger is on the list:  Julian L. Wong, “Useful links for anyone interested in China and climate change.”

Now if you really love getting climate tweets, the Guardian has compiled a “Climate Change Top 50″ feed (click here)!

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