NCSE launches its first blog
It was worth the wait.
After pondering the pros and cons of this newfangled "Internet" thing, NCSE has launched the Science League of America—our blog dedicated to defending the teaching of evolution and climate change. The blog is at www.ncse.com/blog
NCSE's award-winning scientists and policy staffers have written regularly for publications ranging from Nature to The Washington Post. Now we've got this brain trust in one place, posting commentary, analysis, advice, reviews, and more, every day.
"We named the blog in honor of Maynard Shipley's Science League of America, formed in 1924", says Josh Rosenau, a programs and policy director at NCSE. "The League's mission was eerily similar to NCSE's. We, too, 'go directly to the people...[and] make them acquainted with...the vast accumulation of facts upon which the theory of evolution is based; and to oppose...the campaign to substitute the Book of Genesis for the Book of Nature.'"
Premiere posts include Executive Director Genie Scott on "John D. Morris, Evolutionary Creationist", geologist Steve Newton on our "Runaway Climate", climate maven Mark McCaffrey on Exxon Mobil's two-faced approach to climate change, and more.
CONTACT: Robert Luhn, Director of Communications, NCSE, 510-601-7203, email@example.com
Web site: www.ncse.com
The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization that defends the teaching of evolution and climate change in the public schools. The NCSE provides information, resources, and advice to schools, teachers, parents, and concerned citizens defending science education. We educate the press and public about the scientific, educational, and legal aspects of these issues at local, state, and national levels. Our 4000 members are scientists, teachers, clergy, and citizens with diverse religious affiliations.