Program Planners: Bud Ward and Anthony Socci, Ph.D.
- Case studies in reporting on science and climate science news.
- The scientist/journalist interface and the pursuit of "balance".
- Journalism and science training, and cross training.
- Lessons learned: Can ideas be institutionalized and made operational?
- The concept of "best practices" - opportunities and challenges.
Results (See Workshop Report)
Participants & Bios:
- Frank A. Blethen, owner/publisher of the Seattle Times; and
- William D. Ruckelshaus, two-time former Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- Seth B. Borenstein, Knight Ridder;
- John Carey, Business Week;
- Jim Detjen, Knight Chair in Journalism, Michigan State University Journalism School;
- Sandi Doughton, Science Writer for The Seattle Times;
- Steve Krueger, KPLU, National Public Radio;
- Robert McClure, Seattle Post-Intelligencer;
- Chris Mooney, American Prospect magazine;
- Jacques A. Rivard, CBC French National TV News;
- Bari Scott, SoundVision Productions;
- Peter Spotts, The Christian Science Monitor;
- Aileo Weinmann, Graduate Student, Michigan State University School of Journalism; and
- Dale Willman, Field Notes Productions.
- Maxwell Boykoff, Doctoral Candidate, University of California-Santa Cruz;
- Richard H. Gammon, Ph.D., University of Washington;
- Malcolm K. Hughes, Ph.D., University of Arizona;
- Tom Karl, Ph.D., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration;
- Michael D. Mastrandrea, Ph.D., Stanford University;
- Harold A. Mooney, Ph.D., Stanford University;
- Henry N. Pollack, Ph.D., University of Michigan;
- Ed Sarachik, Ph.D., University of Washington; and
- John M. (Mike) Wallace, Ph.D., University of Washington;