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OTHER SAMPLES OF PROFESSOR PATTERSON'S PUBLIC EDUCATION ACTIVITIES

Besides creating and teaching the second year course "Climate Change: an Earth Sciences Perspective" in the Faculty of Sciences at Carleton University, Professor Patterson has delivered dozens of talks to audiences of all levels and interests across Canada and the US (and occasionally abroad) -- see sample testimonials. He has also written many newspaper articles, letters to the editor and been the subject of news pieces in several publications as well as appearing on TV and radio. Here are some further samples of these activities:

July 22, 2010: Listen to CKCU FM (93.1) radio interview with then ICSC Chair Professor Patterson and see related graphics.

May 17, 2007: Watch Global TV coverage of Dr. Patterson's presentation in Calgary at the Friends of Science Luncheon.

May 17, 2007: Listen to radio interview of Dr. Tim Patterson on The Rutherford Show of QR77, Calgary.

February 6, 2007: Listen to radio interview with Dr. Patterson and Tom Harris on "Late Night Counsell" immediately following the release of IPCC Fourth Assessment Report on CFRA Radio, Ottawa, Ontario.

September 23, 2007: "He's in the hot seat," by Tom Spears, Edmonton Journal (Alberta). Piece also appeared in Regina Leader-Post (Saskatchewan) and The Province, Vancouver, British Columbia. Longer version of piece appeared in Ottawa Citizen (Ontario) and, later in January 2008, “The end is not near,” in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Saskatchewan.

November 21, 2006: Listen to radio interview with Dr. Patterson and Tom Harris on "Late Night Counsell" on CFRA Radio, Ottawa, Ontario.

March 23, 2006:Finally, an open-minded report on climate change”, letter to the editor published in The Ottawa Citizen.

Move to 22 min mark for a particularly interesting two minute segment.

Click above to watch news report about Prof. Patterson's 2008 Calgary presentation