In this clip Nuccitelli talks about the most often misunderstood part of the Cook 2013 consensus paper he’s a co-author of.
The website Skeptical Science wasn’t created overnight, nor was the team behind it assembled instantly. It started small with John Cook starting the website and publishing the first rebuttals to climate myths. As I wasn’t familiar with the story of how Skeptical Science evolved to the website it is today I had the idea to interview John about this. Despite John constantly saying “I’m just not that interesting” I eventually managed to get him in front of the camera to tell the story behind Skeptical Science.
In this clip Cook talks about the real goal of Skeptical Science: inoculating the undecided majority against climate myths.
In this clip Oreskes talks about her famous paper that quantified the consensus on global warming and the results she found.
In this interview he shares his story and experiences of going to Heartland Institute conferences and tackling climate science denial head on.
In this clip Oreskes talks about why attacking the consensus on global warming is such a key strategy for climate science deniers and vested interest.
In this clip Mann talks about why his research became a symbol to be attacked by climate science deniers.
This time Eugenie Scott shares her story. She is an American physical anthropologist and a former university professor who served as the executive director of the National Center for Science Education from 1987 to 2014. She’s one of the strongest voices that challenge the teaching of young earth creationism and intelligent design in schools.
In this clip Cook talks about the future of Skeptical Science and how the MOOC Making Sense of Climate Science Denial uses Skeptical Science materials.
In this clip Oreskes talks about how the conspiracy theories about climate research are absurd as scientists aren’t organized enough to weave such a web of deception.