Posted 30 November 2017
How dependable is climate science? Global warming mitigation policies depend on the credibility and integrity of climate science. In turn, that depends on a deterministic model of the climate system in which it is possible to quantify the role of carbon dioxide (CO2) with a high degree of confidence. This essay by UK analyst Rupert Darwall explores the contrast between scientists' expressions of public confidence and private admissions of uncertainy on critical aspects of the science that undergird the scientific consensus.(Foreword by US scientist, Judith Curry).
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