Check out the article below and ask yourself – how many scientists do I interact with in my daily life? How much do I depend on meteorologists? How much is at stake if data and funding for weather and climate science is cut? How much do I know about climate change, and where can I get reliable scientific data?
A great resource, especially in the US: http://www.climatecentral.org/
Also, great reporting, globally, here: https://www.carbonbrief.org/
Get hard data, at many time scales, globally, here: http://cci-reanalyzer.org/
See the full article, linked below, and share reputable resources you use!
Trump wants to cripple storm forecasting just when it’s getting good — and we need it most.
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I can’t recommend this blog enough. Critical thinking, sound science, generous referencing – take a read and be empowered with the increasingly endangered presence of knowledge, reality, and respect, here.
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