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2007
Ed Maibach and Connie Roser-Renouf came to George Mason University to create Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication.

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2019
The Climate Matters program recruited its 625th TV weathercaster and other local journalists. The program reached 200.

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Coronavirus shows how to fight #disinformation about climate change. “The big difference between #coronavirus and… t.co/4FAmtdEboW

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#MasonResearch John Cook of @Mason4C & Stephan Lewandowsky of @BristolUni, @uwanews & @CSIRO are the authors of: "T… t.co/zUceEPbRKI

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This is a charming review of Cranky Uncles v Climate Change by Terri in Rushville, IN: t.co/UBJziEMRG7 | Sh… t.co/ur6LTPYV8J

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#MasonResearch BOOK REVIEW: John Cook, Research Assistant Professor @Mason4C, is the author of: "Cranky Uncle vs. C… t.co/AmXQ7FYVaG

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15/15 & lastly, a bit of fun. Every year, Inside the Greenhouse hold a competition inviting people to submit climat… t.co/UClcm6OwQx

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