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Michael Oppenheimer: Person DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the person Michael Oppenheimer related to Coal. This person may have appeared in articles supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this person as appearing in content suggesting contextual association with Coal.


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All Media Count   659
News Count (W/Clustered)   649 (98.48%)
Distinct Stories   217
Blog Count   9 (1.37%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.09
Combined Polarization   7.09
Combined Activity   0.89
Combined Personalization   0.89
News Tone   0.10
Blog Tone   -0.30
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   7/9/2009
Last Seen   11/16/2013
News/Social Ratio  98.48%
Attention/Loyalty  147 / 2919 days (5.04%)

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Articles mentioning this person fall into the following system categories:

Activism
3.65% (24)
Documentaries/Movies
20.06% (132)
Legislation
80.40% (529)
Project
71.58% (471)


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Related People

The following names occur in articles mentioning this person:

Michael Oppenheimer   99.85% (658)
Barack Obama   40.52% (267)
Seth Borenstein   38.09% (251)
Al Gore   36.42% (240)
Scott Segal   31.71% (209)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles mentioning this person:

Princeton University   85.89% (566)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   37.63% (248)
Congressional Budget Office   35.66% (235)
Ipcc   24.13% (159)
Environmental Protection Agency   19.42% (128)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   55.39% (365)
San Francisco, California, United States   30.05% (198)
Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   27.31% (180)
Stockholm, 26, Sweden   23.98% (158)
Environmental Protection Agency, District Of Columbia, United States   18.36% (121)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles mentioning this person:
United States   14.26% (598)
Denmark   14.26% (187)
China   14.26% (166)
Sweden   14.26% (162)
Greenland   14.26% (129)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

KAvn*, Denmark   27.31% (180)
26, Sweden   23.98% (158)
Kyoto, Japan   13.51% (89)
Ad Daw?Ah, Qatar   7.89% (52)
Seychelles (General), Seychelles   6.37% (42)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles mentioning this person:

Washington, United States   72.53% (478)
District Of Columbia, United States   71.93% (474)
California, United States   36.87% (243)
New York, United States   30.96% (204)
Colorado, United States   14.26% (94)

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Outlet Location Countries
This person is mentioned in articles from outlets in these countries:
United States   14.26% (465)
Canada   14.26% (20)
Scotland   14.26% (8)
Australia   14.26% (5)
Bermuda   14.26% (4)

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TWITTER


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Top News Outlets

This person tends to be mentioned in articles from the following news outlets:

Yahoo.Com   2.43% (16)
Chron.Com   1.37% (9)
Nytimes.Com   1.37% (9)
Ap.Org   1.21% (8)
Laramieboomerang.Com   1.21% (8)

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Top Blogs

This person tends to be mentioned in articles from the following blogs:

Antigreen.Blogspot.Com   0.15% (1)
Davegj13.Wordpress.Com   0.15% (1)
Thefreedomfellowship.Blogspot.Com   0.15% (1)
Finbel.Wordpress.Com   0.15% (1)
Coalcountry.Wordpress.Com   0.15% (1)

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News Articles

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Apocalypse Now! | Sun.Star

...... in developing countries , people forced to move from coastal cities because of rising seas , and more biodiversity extinctions , said Princeton University climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer , a co-author of the IPCC report This is a point where any sensible person would look and say the risks are just getting too high Global climate change is already taking its toll in the ......

(1329 words by sunstar.com.ph)
(11/16/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.21%
Pol: 6.36%
Act: 23.07%
Per: 1.29%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 3.70%

Climate panel forecast: Higher seas, temperatures - Climate panel forecast: Higher seas, temperatures: Science

...... food crises in developing countries , people forced to move from coastal cities because of rising seas and more extinctions , said Princeton University climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer , a co-author of an upcoming IPCC report on impacts of climate change This is a point where any sensible person would look and say the risks are just getting too high One of those IPCC ......

(1650 words by idahostatejournal.com)
(10/07/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 2.16%
Pol: 6.15%
Act: 23.23%
Per: 0.63%
Que: 1.30%
Exc: 0.00%

The Day - Climate panel forecast: Higher seas, temperatures | News from southeastern Connecticut

...... food crises in developing countries , people forced to move from coastal cities because of rising seas and more extinctions , said Princeton University climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer , a co-author of an upcoming IPCC report on impacts of climate change This is a point where any sensible person would look and say the risks are just getting too high One of those IPCC ......

(886 words by theday.com)
(10/01/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.04%
Pol: 7.31%
Act: 24.01%
Per: 0.31%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate panel forecast: Higher seas, temperatures - Watertown Public Opinion: Science And Technology

...... food crises in developing countries , people forced to move from coastal cities because of rising seas and more extinctions , said Princeton University climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer , a co-author of an upcoming IPCC report on impacts of climate change This is a point where any sensible person would look and say the risks are just getting too high One of those IPCC ......

(1425 words by thepublicopinion.com)
(10/01/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 2.30%
Pol: 6.24%
Act: 22.78%
Per: 0.20%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate panel forecast: Higher seas, temperatures on Environmental Expert

...... food crises in developing countries , people forced to move from coastal cities because of rising seas and more extinctions , said Princeton University climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer , a co-author of an upcoming IPCC report on impacts of climate change 'This is a point where any sensible person would look and say the risks are just getting too high One of those IPCC ......

(945 words by environmental-expert.com)
(09/30/2013)

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Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.98%
Pol: 6.86%
Act: 23.63%
Per: 0.29%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%
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Blog Posts

All 9 blog posts:

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Environmentalist even hate solar power "US Halts Solar Energy <b>...</b>

...... be electricity at all , I would like it to be decentralized , small , solar-powered Gar Smith the only hope for the world is to make sure there is not another United States Michael Oppenheimer , Environmental Defense Fund Man is always and everywhere a blight on the landscape John Muir , founder of the Sierra Club the right to have children should be a marketable commodity , bought ......

(1503 words by alternativeenergysources.coghem.com)
(09/09/2011)
Legislation
Project
Tone: -0.06%
Pol: 8.59%
Act: 26.15%
Per: 3.29%
Que: 18.31%
Exc: 16.90%

An Environment Encyclopedia: Global Warming: Melting Glaciers

...... What is a glacier Prof Michael Oppenheimer When snow falls in certain mountain areas it builds up and then the weight of all that snow as it been converted to ice by the pressure pushes the ice toward lower altitudes And that accumulation of snow , the conversion to ice , and then the ice pushing to lower altitudes is the glacier Why are most of the mountain glaciers in the world ......

(1426 words by treeandeducation.blogspot.com)
(05/24/2011)
Tone: -0.21%
Pol: 4.75%
Act: 23.48%
Per: 0.96%
Que: 15.62%
Exc: 0.00%

GREENIE WATCH

...... River Of Nebraska would be dry , while a continent-wide black blizzard of prairie topsoil will stop traffic on interstates , strip paint from houses and shut down computers Michael Oppenheimer , published in Dead Heat , St Martin Press , Oppenheimer told FoxNews com that he was trying to illustrate one possible outcome of failing to curb emissions , not making a ......

(3466 words by antigreen.blogspot.com)
(12/30/2010)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.57%
Pol: 5.88%
Act: 22.33%
Per: 0.73%
Que: 8.23%
Exc: 1.90%

What are your thoughts on the NIPCC report contributors? | Gadgets <b>...</b>

...... Joe Romm , Ph D Physics John P Holden , Ph D Theoretical Plasma Physics Lonnie Thompson , Ph D Geological Science Michael Mann , Ph D Geology RealClimate org Michael Oppenheimer , Ph D Chemical Physics Michael Tobis , Ph D Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Rajendra K Pachauri , Ph D Industrial Engineering IPCC Chairman Richard C J Somerville , Ph D Meteorology ......

(674 words by ditolak.com)
(11/29/2010)
Legislation
Tone: -1.04%
Pol: 4.92%
Act: 19.97%
Per: 1.34%
Que: 4.88%
Exc: 7.32%

The Freedom Fellowship: NBC Nightly News Takes Up ClimateGate, But <b>...</b>

...... to do science THOMPSON Today , in a letter to Congress , leading US scientists accused climate change opponents of misrepresenting the emails significance PROFESSOR MICHAEL OPPENHEIMER , PRINCETON UNIVERSITY I think the e-mail scandal is being used as a political side show to deflect interest in actually dealing with climate change think , in that regard , it will fail ......

(1166 words by thefreedomfellowship.blogspot.com)
(12/05/2009)
Legislation
Tone: -2.15%
Pol: 6.95%
Act: 21.59%
Per: 0.25%
Que: 2.08%
Exc: 0.00%


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