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Climate Change - Science Reference

Popular debate on climate change and what needs to be done about it, often seems, at least in my Australian experience, to founder or be distracted quickly on belief differences about the science foundations.

This is clearly not helped by politician and media sensationalism about the uncertainties (and flaws) in any scientific summary of the position. So what is an interested non-scientist to do? Just where are the credible scientific sources presented in a form that an interested lay person can understand - and understand not only the conclusions but also the uncertainties and the issues that remain.

Below are listed useful and balanced sources that I found in 2009 amongst the chaff. Please comment below and augment this list.

And some good bibliographic/metadata type sources:

Last Updated on Monday, 21 May 2012 07:28

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