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TOP SCIENTISTS FILL IN GAPS IN MISLEADING ROYAL SOCIETY GUIDE TO CLIMATE SCIENCE

Posted 17 March 2015

In December 2014, the Royal Society in UK published A ShortGuide to Climate Science, a lay-man's introduction to the key issues on the subject. It was widely repoprted in British media. The authors who wrote it were not identified. Nor were members of the Royal Society asked whether they endorsed it or not. Many commentators have become concerned that the guide was profoundly misleading, misrepresenting major points, while overlooking some of the key issues.

The report linked below, prepared for the Global Warming Policy Foundation, London, by 13 scientists of international repute, attempts to give a more accurate picture of climate science and to explain the gaps in knowledge over which the Royal Society guide drew a veil.

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 March 2015 )
 
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