A great op-ed in the Seattle Times:
“Should elected officials and policymakers let public-opinion polls decide our nation's future response to climate change? Indisputably, no.”
“The roller-coaster path of public acceptance on climate change charted by political polls is frustrating to the pragmatists among us. With nearly 98 percent of the world's climate scientists saying climate change already is affecting the natural world, effective action requires the knowledge we gain from focused investigations and sound science — not political polls.”
Read the entire Op-Ed by clicking here.