#1) “Bob Ballard, The Great Explorer” produced by Max McClellan, 60 Minutes, November 2009

#2) The Imagine Science Film Festival

#3) “Nicholas Kristof’s Advice for Saving the World,” by Nicholas D. Kristof, Outside Magazine, December 2009

#4) “Resurrecting The Extinct” produced by Shari Finkelstein and Meghan Frank, 60 Minutes, January 2010

#5) “Global Warming Is Not a Crisis” by David Malakoff, NPR, March 2007

“Ed Begley, Jr. Loses Control Over Climategate” Youtube

Global Warming Wars Website

“The How-To of an Admission in the Steroid Era” by Richard Sandomir, The New York Times, January 2010

#6) “The Formula: What if you built a machine to predict hit movies?” by Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker, October 2006

#7) Polar Bear PSA by Plane Stupid

“The New Pitch: Do ads still work?” by Ken Auletta, The New Yorker, March 2005

#8) Talking Science

Tom Hollihan

#9) ABC News Super Bowl Clip

“Funding Priorities: Big Barriers to Small-Scale Fisheries” by Jennifer Jacquet and Daniel Pauly, Conservation Biology, 2008

#10) Chris Keane

#11) “Toyota’s Slow Awakening to a Deadly Problem” by Bill Vlasic, New York TImes, January 2010

Fox News Interview with Sigourney Weaver

“Miracle Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad puts hit on critics” by Cathy Lynn Grossman, USA Today, February 2010

#12) Jeremy Rowley

Groundlings Theater

#13) Mike Mann

Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Professional Ethics

Ricky Jay on 60 Minutes

#14) CBS News Clip

#15) “Climategate: Anatomy of a Public Relations Disaster” by Fred Pearce, Yale Environment 360, December 2009

#16) Margaret Nagle on IMDB

HBO Interview with Margaret Nagle

#17) Marc Morano

#18) Climate Depot

#19) Don’t Be Such A Scientist

#20) Ed Begley, Jr.

#21) Bill Maher

#22) Ed Begley, Jr.

#23) Jean Goodwin

“What do the Moranogate emails reveal?” by Tim Lambert, Deltoid, March 2010

#25) Montreal Protocol

George Lakoff

#26) “Among Weathercasters, Doubt on Warming” by Leslie Kaufman, New York Times, March 2010

“This Man Wants to Convince You Global Warming Is a Hoax” by John H. Richardson, Esquire Magazine, March 2010

#27) “If Our Messages Are To Be Heard” by Peter Kareiva, Science Magazine, December 2009

#28) Doug Stevenson

Mark Jonathan Harris

#29) Storytelling in Business

#30) Into the Arms of Strangers

The Long Way Home

The Redwoods

#31) Pew Oceans Commission

“Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell

John E. Olson

#32) USC Wrigley Catalina Island Student Films

SCRIPPS Student Films

USC School of Cinematic Arts

5 Second Films

#33) Steve Ting

Hands-On Science

Hands-On Science Video

#34) John Sterman

Climate Interactive


#35) Monsters from the Id

National Academy of Sciences Science and Entertainment Exchange


#36) “Dehumanized: When math and science rule the school” by Mark Slouka, Harper’s Magazine, September 2009

Aquarius Undersea Habitat

#37) “Climate Change and the Integrity of Science” Science Magazine, May 2010

“Sweating the Details in Climate Discourse” by Andrew Revkin, Dot Earth, May 2010

Pat Michaels clip from “Sizzle”

“Some scientists misread poll data on global warming controversy” by Dan Vergano, USA Today, March 2010

#38) Syracuse University Panel Discussion

“Senator, you’re no Jack Kennedy”

#39) USC Wrigley Catalina Island Student Films

#40) Development Girl

#41) “Where is the left?” by David Roberts, Grist, May 2010

#42) “Don’t Be Such a Scientist or The Negating Culture of Science and its Costs” by Skeptvet, The SkeptVet Blog, May 2010

#43) Michael Caine’s “Acting for the Camera”

“Why Science Needs to Step Up Its PR Game” by Erin Biba, Wired Magazine, May 2010

#44) 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill

#45) Jacques Cousteau

#46) Was ANYTHING learned from the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill?

Empowering the Grassroots

#47) EPIC 2014

#48) The Powers That Be

Ken Burns’ “The Civil War”


#50) Rebecca Skloot

“The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”

#51) “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel”


Simran Sethi

#52) Karel Liem

#53) “Curious for Life” Ad Campaign

“Empowering the Grassroots” Video

“Science Needs to Step Up it’s P.R. Game” by Erin Biba, Wired, May 2010

“Their Own Worst Enemies: Why Scientists are Losing the P.R. Game” by Sharon Begley, Newsweek, March 2010

2004 Kerry Commercial

#54) Collins Center for the Arts

#55) Americans United for Separation of Church and State Event

#56) “Democrats Call Off Climate Bill Effort” by Carl Huse, The New York TImes, July 2010

“Climate Bill, R.I.P.” by Tim Dickinson, Rolling Stone, July 2010

The Copenhagen Diagnosis

“Who Cooked the Planet?” by Paul Krugman, The New York Times, July 2010

“Four Ways to Kill a Climate Bill” by Lee Wasserman, The New York Times, July 2010

“Friedman on climate inaction: We’re Gonna Be Sorry” by Joe Romm, July 2010

#57) Sharkwater

“Shark Week — Education or Just Entertainment?” by Chris Palmer, The Huffington Post, July 2010

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History

#58) Shirley Sherrod NAACP incident

#59) “The darker side of Lexus’ ‘darker side of green’ — Did Hollywood eco-celebrities and Toyota get played?” by Joe Romm, Climate Progress, August 2010

#60) David Roberts of Grist Magazine

#61) Wes Skiles

#62) “Thou Shalt Study Science” by Vlatko Vedral, GOOD, August 2010

#63) “Follow the epic life cycle of this majestic creature—the plastic bag” by Ashley Braun, Grist, August 2010

#64) Scripps Student Films

#65/66) Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta

#67) “Scientists: The Marine Stewardship Council ‘is failing to protect the environment and needs radical reform’” by Randy Olson, Climate Progress, September 2010

#68) “Salt of the Earth” tribute screening at University of Maine’s Collins Art

Randy Olson on WERU’s Talk of the Town show

#69) Dr. Eugenie Scott

“Why I Won’t Debate Creationists” by Richard Dawkins, The Richard Dawkins Foundation, May 2006

#70-72) John McEuen

“CCA hosting screenings, discussions for filmmaker” By Emily Burnham, Bangor Daily News, September 2010

#73) Real TIme with Bill Maher

#74) “Small Change: Why the revolution will not be tweeted” by Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker, October 2010

#75) 10:10 – No pressure

NRDC “This is Our Moment”

“A ‘Pretty Edgy’ Climate Campaign” by Andrew C. Revkin, Dot Earth, October 2010

“Days that Suck” by Bill McKibben, Climate Progress, October 2010

#76) Dr. Eugenie Scott

#77) Alexis Gamble

Imagine Science Film Festival: 2010 Film Guide

#78) Dr. Eugenie Scott Interview

#79) Lionfish PSA

#80) Randy Olson on NPR’s “Living on Earth”

#81) “Poll: CDC is best federal agency” by Alexander Burns, Politico, July 2010

#82) Science Cheerleader

Science Cheerleaders Perform at the USA Science and Engineering Festival

Science Cheerleader: The Debate

#83) Don’t Be Such A Scientist

“From a Rapt Audience, a Call to Cool the Hype” by William J. Broad, NY Times, March 2007

#84) Amber Waves of Green: A Red State Town Turns Green

#85) Commercial Fisheries News

#86) “Your Dot: What’s Really Boring?” by Andrew C. Revkin, Dot Earth, November 2010

“Science Cheerleader” Articles

#87) “Surfer’s Sudden Death Shines Spotlight on Dengue Fever” by Brian Mossop, Wired, November 2010

“Andy Irons Tribute” by Brian Bielmann

#88) Cool It

Rotten Tomatoes page for “Cool It”

#89) Amazon’s “The Best Books of 2010: The Top Ten (and More)”

#90) “Beyond the Ivory Tower: The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change” by Naomi Oreskes, Science, December 2004

“The Ghost of Kyoto Visits Cancún” by Andrew C. Revkin, Dot Earth, December 2010

#91) “Climate Groups Retool Argument For Global Warming” by Christopher Joyce, NPR, December 2010

“Climategate: Anatomy of A Public Relations Disaster” by Fred Pearce, Yale Environment 360, December 2009

“Education versus indoctrination” by Judith Curry, Climate Etc., December 2010