Some recent related work by Joseph Doolen

My other related work this year:

Botox for Incontinence? Believe It (

FDA Alert: Kellogg’s Recalls Mini-Wheats Due to Metal Risk (Yahoo! News)

Will Solar Power Survive in the Free Market? We’ll See As Germany Cuts Its Solar Subsidies (Policy Mic)

Parasitic Fly Turns CCD Honeybees Into Zombies (Policy Mic)

In Tar Sands Battle, Canada Chooses Economic Interests Over the Environment (Policy Mic)

Fracking Industry Crashes Academic Conference: But That Was Not Even the Worst Part (Policy Mic)

Lack of Leadership on Climate Creates a ‘New Normal’ (Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media)

Working within the psychologies of belief and learning (Science Writing in the Age of Denial)



About Joe Doolen

I am a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Journalism and Mass Communication. My aim is to write on science and international issues with a focus on environmental policy and justice. Topics range from local and domestic politics to international communications and culture, and anything cool about science really!!
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