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The need for action to stop the human-induced excessive warming of the planet through the emission of greenhouse gases caused especially by the burning of fossil fuels is based on the findings of climate science.
Endorsed by 161 science and technology experts well qualified in climate science, the challenge was presented as an open letter submitted to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and reported on by prominent media across the world," explained Harris.
Cohen defended his company's record on supporting climate science.
More comparable to the situation in climate science would be the long-lasting scientific booms in eugenics and nutrition science.
Editors note: The editorial did not label climate science per se a religion.
Spencer and two other scientists on the panel heavily criticized the work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a body of more than a thousand scientists worldwide who published a widely cited 2013 report on the state of climate science.
For the problem of climate change, a prediction market offers the possibility that a market could harness the vast amounts of climate science in ways that even the most sophisticated climate models do not.
Climate science is among the few research winners in President Barack Obama's fiscal year 2015 budget request, which generally kept research funding static.
The book introduces climate science and the global energy balance model, and discusses parameters of ocean circulation for a beginning example.
This analysis advances a trend in climate science to understand climate change on the level of daily weather and on finer geographic scales.
Charles, pictured, told the invited audience of sustainability experts, business leaders and policy makers: "It is baffling, I must say, that in our modern world we have such blind trust in science and technology that we all accept what science tells us about everything - until, that is, it comes to climate science.
I would merely point out that climate science is based on many years of peer-reviewed research agreed by 97% of climate scientists.
Climate science is, of course, a huge topic, but here I would like to focus on one matter: the very notion of the globally and annually averaged temperature anomaly (that is, departure from a reference value or long-term average) as a unique metric of climate.
The industrial opposition to climate science and climate-safe energy policies has grown more sophisticated over the past decade.
Climate Myths: The Campaign Against Climate Science provides a powerful description of the fossil fuel industries' successful twenty-year campaign to mask the causes and effects of global climate change, showing how it operated to create doubt about the reality of climate change and its causes, and how the campaign fostered stories that became popular belief.
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