John Rodgers moderates a discussion on the challenges of science reporting since the 2016 election. From left to right: John Rodgers, Joseph Romm, Meera Subramanian, Seth Boronstein and Naomi Orekes.

Scientists, want to anonymously tip journalists? Here’s how

BOSTON – At a session Thusday on environmental journalism in the age of Trump, panelists found plenty to disagree about. One example of disagreement was whether those who reject mainstream climate science should be called “deniers,” as Harvard science historian Naomi Oreskes declares, or “doubters,” following a 2015 Associated Press style decision. But there was one thing on…

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Daniel is a second-year graduate student at the University of Missouri, on the data journalism and visualization track. His interests include business, sports, science and all the intersections in between. Daniel enjoys learning about new things, specifically about people, and how they operate. Contact Daniel by email: dltyf@mail.missouri.edu or on Twitter @DanielLevitt32.