Climate Change Denial
The House Science Committee Just Held Its First Helpful Hearing on Climate Science in Years
Once most members could agree that climate change is real, they could start talking about the real question of what to do.
What a 'Reproducibility Crisis' Committee Found When It Looked at Climate Science
The scientific community is working to make its predictions more accurate, but there's still a long way to go.
Are American Conservatives More Starkly Anti-Climate Change Than Conservatives Globally?
Research shows that Americans are far less concerned about the threat of global warming than their European counterparts.
Extreme Weather Can't Shake Climate-Change Beliefs
New research finds attitudes toward climate-change mitigation are only minimally and fleetingly affected by severe weather.
Could Hurricane Harvey Deal a Fatal Blow to Climate Change Skepticism?
A growing body of research suggests that perceptions of climate change are influenced by experience with climate-related natural disasters.
Climate Change Denial Is Also Impacting Scientists Themselves
A new study suggests their attempts to respond to public opinion may actually be counterproductive.