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Janice Sinclaire

Janice Sinclaire

Communications Director

Articles by Janice Sinclaire

12 May 2016

Global Temperature Change

Janice Sinclaire

Climate scientist Ed Hawkins posted this GIF as a visualization of global temperatures spiraling upward from the average global temperature for the 1850 to 1900 time frame. The graphic has gone viral on social media. Hawkins is editor of the Climate Lab Book, an “experiment” in open-source climate science. The goal of the blog is to promote collaboration through open scientific discussion on climate science, with posts written by climate scientists but open for anyone to see and comment on. Hawkins is with the University of Reading in the UK and an author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Fifth Assessment Report.

14 March 2016

Meet Climate Scientist Beate Liepert

Elisabeth EavesBeate G. LiepertJanice Sinclaire

An introduction to Beate Liepert, the newest columnist at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Liepert is a climate scientist at NorthWest Research Associates in Seattle, Washington, and an adjunct research scientist at Columbia Universiaty’s Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, New York. Her pioneering work on global dimming (the observation that air pollution can dim sunlight and mask global warming) was featured in the BBC documentary “Dimming the Sun.” She contributed this research to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fourth Assessment Report. Liepert’s more recent work focuses on solar power and alternative energy use, and she is a winner of the WINGS Worldquest 2016 Women of Discovery Award.

26 January 2016

The Clock: A Brief History

Janice Sinclaire

You've heard of the book "A Brief History of Time" by Stephen Hawking (who, incidentally, is on our Board of Sponsors)? Well, this is a brief history of the Bulletin's Doomsday Clock.

3 June 2015

Space weapons and nuclear war

Janice SinclaireLucien Crowder

Amid tension between nuclear-armed nations, one side uses antisatellite weapons to disable its adversary's space assets. Is it seeking advantage in a conventional conflict—or preparing a nuclear first strike? In this scenario, the cost of miscalculation could be vast. How can the risk be mitigated? 

21 January 2015

Do you know the time?

Janice Sinclaire

Find out where the hands of the Doomsday Clock will be set at 11 a.m. Eastern on Thursday, January 22. Watch the video live here at http://thebulletin.org

26 January 2016

Doomsday Clock hands remain unchanged, despite Iran deal and Paris talks

Experts at National Press Club Joined by Stanford University Panel of CA Governor Brown, Former Secretary of State George Schultz and Former Defense Secretary William Perry.

15 January 2016

"Doomsday Clock" announcement set for January 26th in Washington, D.C.

Recent Global Tensions and Climate Change Developments to be Weighed

WASHINGTON, D.C. – NEWS ADVISORY – The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will host a live international news conference at 1:30 p.m. EST/1830 GMT on January 26, 2016 to announce whether the minute hand of the historic “Doomsday Clock” will be adjusted. The decision is made by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Science and Security Board in conjunction with the Board of Sponsors, which includes 16 Nobel Laureates.

18 May 2016

Save the Time for Our Annual Dinner

Save the time

2016 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Annual Dinner

Monday, November 14, 2016

6:00 - 9:00 pm

Chicago Cultural Center

Speakers will include: