Calling it by other names isn’t making it any cheaper
We didn’t hear much about global warming during the election season, especially from the candidates, although an epic drought and Superstorm Sandy made it hard to ignore. Because only 97 percent of the scientists who publish peer-reviewed research say that global warming is real and man-made, some prefer to call it “climate change” and regard the lack of unanimity as evidence of controversy.
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