Climate field 'craziness' too much for climatologist - Former Georgia Tech professor tells Tucker why she has developed a 'growing disenchantment with universities, the academic field of climate science and scientists'
Just 27% of Americans say that almost all climate scientists agree human behavior is mostly responsible for climate change. This perception is at odds with a 2013 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which accessed more than 9,000 scientific publications and concluded: ‘The science now shows with 95% certainty that human activity is the dominant cause of observed warming since the mid-20th century.
Weather Channel Kids Video: 'When Kids are Talking Climate - Maybe it's Time to Listen!'
'Dear Mom and Dad, science says that the impact of climate change could be very catastrophic during my lifetime.'
'Rising sea levels would displace millions...It rains harder now'
Update: Weather Channel Founder John Coleman rips his old network for 'immoral' kids video: "Right or wrong, using children to promote a point of view boarders on immoral. Even knowing that climate change is not happening, it is far beneath my values to use children to promote this truth," Coleman told Climate Depot. "I know without a doubt that there is no significant threat to the future climate of Earth from the industrialized civilization we have created and the drastic climate changes predicted by the Al Gore clan and the UN’s IPCC are not occurring and are based on an invalid theory. But I will not stoop to the use children to promote my position."
According to the Pew survey, only 27 percent of Americans agree that “almost all” climate scientists say that human behavior is mostly responsible for climate change, while 35 percent say that “more than half” of climate scientists agree on this.