Scientists vow to do a better job of portraying climate change

Pekin Daily Times: Following critical remarks made by Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida about the way scientists depicted the effects of human activity on climate change in the latest National Climate Assessment, the authors of the report are vowing to write a more compelling narrative the next time around. “We haven’t heard the senator question the science or the math in the report, so I think if we improve the story arc, possibly bring in a love interest of some sort, and a car chase, and organize the work in three,......

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