Climate Ninjas Wanted

Photo credit: Joey Gannon

During the Science Online conference, Chris Mooney said that the response to Climategate should be to train and pay “deadly ninjas of science communication.” If you are a citizen of Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala or Honduras, here’s a chance at a fellowship in climate ninjutsu.

The Climate Change Professional Fellows Program aims to strengthen the professional capabilities of Central American Fellows through U.S. based internships that focus developing educational programs on issues related to climate change. Participating Fellows will return to their home countries to make a positive contribution to communities and ecosystems impacted by climate change.

Applications are due February 15th.

Tip of the shuriken to Dr. Chris Kellogg!

Miriam Goldstein (230 Posts)





3 comments on “Climate Ninjas Wanted
  1. This is apparently not a joke:

    “This program is supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of Citizen Exchanges.”

    So, the answer to getting caught being unprofessional is to train others to be better at being unprofessional, amazing.

  2. Why would anyone go for this when antropomorfic global warming has been proven to be a hoax. The temperature readings and climate data where manipuilated and distroyed in East Anglia.

    A cannot beleive anyone would take this offer seriusly.

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