By Larry Kummer. From the Fabius Maximus website
Summary: Scientists and journalists play a vital role in the public policy debate about climate change, explaining the reports of the major climate agencies. Here Roger Pielke Jr. describes an example of how they too often misrepresent those findings, distorting the debate and feeding the public’s loss of confidence in science as an institution.
About those exaggerations in the media about climate.
“Pielke on Climate” – part 2 of 3.
About the misreporting of experts’ reports.
By Roger Pielke Jr. at The Climate Fix.
Posted with his generous permission.
Welcome to issue #7 of my occasional newsletter on climate and energy issues. As a reminder, my day-to-day research or writing is focused on sports governance and various issues of science policy. But I’ve written a fair bit on the topics of climate and energy over the past…
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