Climate Scientists Working to Regain Trust

In a front-page story today, the New York Times (New York Times) reviews how climate scientists have started working to regain public trust, beginning with efforts to change the perception that they withhold or manipulate information. Along with official reviews at Penn State, East Anglia and the U.N., the National Academy of Sciences is developing a paper outlining what’s known and what isn’t known about climate change, and scientists around the world are now under more pressure than ever to be more transparent. They have their work cut out for them.

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :