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The Sciences Interview on ClimateGate, Geoengineering, and Copenhagen

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyDecember 30, 2009 7:42 PM


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While in Copenhagen, I spoke with the folks from for a ten minute interview covering a wide range of topics. These included the dysfunctional way in which our culture processes information about science in general, and about climate science in particular; the continuing stream of misinformation about global warming (particularly the bogus claims that we haven't had any warming in a decade); the increasing allure of the geoengineering option as progress on emission cuts continues to stall; the reasons for heeding climate models, despite their flaws; and the dangerous possibility that the warming we ultimately see could be on the high end of the current projections. You can watch it all here, and I have also embedded it below:

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