Around 500 people gathered on Tuesday 13 December to protest the attacks on science by the coming Administration.
In this clip Nuccitelli talks about the one of the stranger attacks on the Cook 2013 consensus paper he’s a co-author of.
In this clip she talks what the similarities are between evolution science and climate science denial.
In this clip Mann talks about the scientific consensus on global warming and the attacks by science deniers trying to undermine this consensus.
The second science communicator in this series is Peter Sinclair and is the founder of the website ClimateCrocks.com. He’s most known for his series Climate Denial Crock of the Week and the series This is not Cool for the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media. For his articles and videos he interviews scientists to create videos on climate science topics, and to deconstruct and rebut climate science myths. For his science videos he has received praise from climate scientists such as Gavin Schmidt, Michael E. Mann, and the late Stephen Schneider.
In this clip Oreskes talks about how scientist are used to spread doubt.
In this clip Mann talks about one of the tactics climate science deniers like to use to attack scientists and climate research.
In this clip Cook talks about climate science deniers attacking Skeptical Science.
This time Naomi Oreskes shares her story. She is an American historian of science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University. In 2010 she co-authored Merchants of Doubt which describes how the tobacco industry wrote the handbook on using doubt to delay legislative action against the harms of tobacco. The same book also chronicles how the same tactics, and often the same merchants of doubt, are today used to cast doubt on environmental issues like global warming
In this clip Eugenie Scott talks about how important it is to get through ideological filters so that you can explain the science.