All pages with keywords: climate science


Climate change education can still be part of a slimmed-down curriculum

Climate change education can still be part of a slimmed-down curriculum

a commentary by Bob Ward 13 June, 2011

The basic scientific facts that underpin climate change science must be taught in schools – future debate depends on it the Guardian


Climate: What You Need to Know by Nicholas Stern

Climate: What You Need to Know by Nicholas Stern

a commentary by Nicholas Stern 26 May, 2010

Bill McKibben’s new book is a passionate appeal from a writer who has dedicated his efforts to warning of the risks posed by human-driven climate change. It describes the challenges … read more »


Science fact, climate fiction – clarifying the debate

Science fact, climate fiction – clarifying the debate

a commentary by Dimitri Zenghelis 16 April, 2010

At a time of renewed backlash against climate science, three recent books—Stephen H. Schneider’s Science as a Contact Sport, James Hansen’s Storms of My Grandchildren and James Hoggan’s Climate Cover-Up—collectively … read more »


Climate science in the spotlight may not be such a bad thing

Climate science in the spotlight may not be such a bad thing

a commentary by David Stainforth 12 February, 2010

Dave Stainforth: The recent scandals demonstrate a wide misunderstanding of climate science, and of science more generally the Guardian