How Climate Change Denial Bred Uncertainty In Science
The denial of climate change by prominent public figures could be influencing the way scientists talk and even think about it, according to research.By Sebastian Martinez | May 7, 2015
In a perfect world, science informs policy — especially where that policy relates to science.
But new research shows the reverse might be true, at least when it comes to climate change. (Video via GoPro)
In the political world, an elected official can present a snowball in the Senate as evidence climate change isn't happening. (Video via C-SPAN)