The science behind Twitter reach.
Something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately is how and where we apply science communication. We use it when connecting with the lay public, … Read more
I didn’t get today’s blog post written yesterday, in large part because I’m rethinking what I want to write about here and what I want … Read more
Today’s quote is from the #NationalClimateAssessment, which is important reading for everyone.
The week has gone by in a blur and I have no scintillating ideas to explore as I’ve used them all up. Though what often … Read more
Well it’s coming up to the end of July, which means it’s time to take a break. From blogging, yes, but not from writing in … Read more
I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can use art (in my case, writing) to better understand our potential (environmental, economic, etc.) future. The … Read more
You’ve probably heard of Peter Wohlleben’s book, The Hidden Life of Trees. It purports to reveal the science of trees and forests, and to show … Read more
*Updated 1 Nov to add thanks to @jryancs. It’s fall. The big leaf maples are shedding their leaves—a profusion of yellow, orange, and red covers … Read more
This past week, Evidence for Democracy (E4D) released a report on the state of government research capacity and oversight in British Columbia. The results weren’t … Read more