By Donald Brown email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: http://blogs.law.widener.edu/climate/ Scholar In Residence, Ethics and Law, Widener University School of Law. Donald writes on applied, environmental, and climate change ethics.
Published March 9, 2014
The National Academy of Sciences and its British counterpart, the Royal Society, have published Climate Change: Evidence and Causes, a very easy to understand primer on the science of greenhouse-driven global warming. Although there is not a lot new in this report as a matter of science, it makes the strong scientific consensus on human-induced climate change that has existed for some time clearer and more accessible for non-scientists particularly on the major issues that need to be understood by policy-makers and interested citizens. The report is written in simple language and filled with pictures and graphs which illustrate why almost all mainstream scientists actually engaged in climate change science are virtually certain that human activity is causing…
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