December 28, 2010

Climate Spokesman: Toughtest Job in World?

Quirin Schiermeier, Nature News


Nature News

In the highly politicized world of climate science, public relations can win or lose battles that shape the Earth's future.

The past year has made that abundantly clear to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the United Nations body charged with assessing the latest climate science, which has been beleagured by critics of its methods and conclusions.

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