How to have a productive discussion on climate change

Just starting to read Dot Earth’s section in the New York Times. I like his realism on the issues.

Here’s one that’s good for everyone.

There’s so much fuzziness with the issue of climate change. I’m even studying the science and reading the news on the issue and I’m confused. I once wrote about how I didn’t care about global warming – just to say that I don’t need to wait for scientific consensus to know which path we should be taking. BUT… that being said, it’s always good to have some of the most basic facts in your pocket so that you’re ready for a debate (whatever side of the table you may be on for that matter)

This article is good as a starting point.

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