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Improving How Scientists Communicate About Climate Change

Science meets policy in the most important challenge of our time: global warming. Yet even the most basic facts of this issue (e.g., that the world is warming and that human activity is the dominant cause) are obscure to some decision makers who need to understand them. How can climate scientists be more effective at communication what they know, how they know it, and how sure they are of it?

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Date Of Record Release 2010-04-24 17:39:30
Description Science meets policy in the most important challenge of our time: global warming. Yet even the most basic facts of this issue (e.g., that the world is warming and that human activity is the dominant cause) are obscure to some decision makers who need to understand them. How can climate scientists be more effective at communication what they know, how they know it, and how sure they are of it?
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