Daily Archives: May 22, 2013

“The US disconnect over climate change”

We joined scientists Michael Mann and Dana Nucitelli on the Al Jazeera English “Inside Story Americas” program on May 17 to talk about the scientific consensus on human-caused climate change, U.S. public opinion, the Keystone XL pipeline, geoengineering, and other … Continue reading

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Quantifying, once again, the scientific consensus on human-caused global warming

A new study published in Environmental Research Letters, drawing on a very large database of peer-reviewed studies, concludes that “the number of papers rejecting the consensus on [anthropogenic global warming] is a vanishingly small proportion of the published research.” Getting the … Continue reading

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