Baerbel Winkler

Bärbel Winkler lives and works in Germany. She has always had a lot of interest in environmental issues and has been active as a volunteer at her local zoo and a conservation group for many years. As a means to turn her concern regarding climate change into something productive, Bärbel joined the Skeptical Science team in 2010 and started translating selected content into German. Since 2013 she has been coordinating the translation efforts for all languages and also contributes a blog-post every once in a while. She is a co-author of Cook et al "Quantifying the consensus on anthropogenic global warming in the scientific literature" which was published in May 2013.

Blog Posts

The Uncertainty Handbook: Download and Translations

Posted on 23 February 2016 by Baerbel Winkler

UHB-EN-ThumbHave you ever struggled with the communication of climate change uncertainties? Are you frustrated by climate sceptics using uncertainty - inherent in any area of complex science - as a justification for delaying policy responses? Then the new ‘Uncertainty Handbook’ - a collaboration between the University of Bristol and Climate Outreach (former COIN) - is for you.

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