Polarization: What does it mean for science communication and decision making? by Sarah Turner

On a late Thursday afternoon in November, I excitedly skimmed through the Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC) program, planning out my conference sessions for the following week. My eyes quickly darted to session titles with the words “Mis-information” “Polarization” and “Distrust”. Continue reading Polarization: What does it mean for science communication and decision making? by Sarah Turner