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The campaigns that tried to break the climate science consensus

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The Campaigns That Tried To Break The Climate Science Consensus (via Desmogblog)

SO JUST IN CASE anyone wasn’t sure, a major study of almost 12,000 scientific papers on global warming between 1991 and 2011 finds less than one per cent disagree that humans are the main cause. Published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the study led by John Cook, the Australia-based…











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