Climate science reconsidered

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Rapley, C.; De Meyer, K.;
(2014)
  • Publisher: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP

There is a gap between the current role of the climate science community and the needs of society. Closing this gap represents a necessary but insufficient step towards improved public discourse and more constructive policy formulation on climate change.
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