A New 'Do for the DeSmogBlog

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We wanted to let our readers know that we’re in the middle of a make-over, set to be unveiled in the next few weeks.

Over the past nine months, we’ve outgrown our existing site. Our traffic is up, our archives are growing and we need to make some functional changes if we hope to continue improving the blog.

So we’ve been working with Catalyst Creative on a new and improved version. Look for improvements such as:

•  better search functionality,
•  a comprehensive directory,
•  improved resource accessibility,
•  better readability,
•  and some personal touches, like photos of the writers, and icons to make it easier to navigate the blog.

We hope you’ll find our new look cleaner, more engaging, and generally easier to use.

One way or the other, we look forward to hearing your feedback after our re-launch, and to fine-tuning things on the site. Thanks for helping us to make the DeSmogBlog ever more useful as your resource for straight talk about climate change skepticism. We’re excited about the future!

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