Fielding, Pell and our climate education problem

Unfortunately a general poor understanding and respect for science and statistical analysis amongst people like Steve Fielding and George Pell makes it difficult to persuade the community to take action to control carbon emissions.

As reported by Andrew Freedman in Climate Spectator yesterday, a new report has been released by the US National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration and the UK Met Office’s Hadley Centre documenting how the increased concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is likely to have increased the probability of extreme events occurring over 2011.

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