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Here's Where the Public Disagrees With Scientists 
NBCNews.com - 8 Hours ago
A newly published survey shows a significant opinion gap between professional scientists and the wider American public on issues in science ranging from climate change to genetically modified foods. But
Science Survey Shows Gloomy Gap Over Climate and GMOs NBCNews.com
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Poll finds gaping chasm in views between U.S. public, scientists 
Reuters UK - 8 Hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American scientists and the general public hold vastly different views on key scientific issues including the role of people in causing climate change, the safety of genetically     Add Comment

There's A Good Chance You're Wrong On GMOs, Climate, Evolution... Says Science 
Forbes.com - 8 Hours ago
New research out today finds huge gaps between public opinion and scientific consensus on a variety of topics from climate change and evolution to the safety of genetically modified foods and animal research.
The Public And Science Disagree On GMOs, Climate, Evolution... Says Science Forbes.com
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Americans are still scientifically illiterate — and scientists still need a PR team 
Washington Post - 9 Hours ago
(Bigstock) Back in 2009, the Pew Research Center and the American Association for the Advancement of Science released a survey that I’ll never forget. “ Public Praises Scientists; Scientists Fault     Add Comment

University of Miami and Field Innovation Team Bring Gaming to... 
San Francisco Chronicle - 10 Hours ago
Community members, professors, emergency managers, and students gather to learn new techniques to build climate change resilience and disaster preparedness. (PRWEB) January 29, 2015 Although Florida     Add Comment

Shell bows to investor pressure on climate risk 
Reuters Africa - 11 Hours ago
WASHINGTON Jan 29 (Reuters) - In a rare move, oil major Shell on Thursday backed a resolution proposed by activist investors to force the company to recognize climate change risks by improving its transparency.     Add Comment

Dividend Solar Joins Climate Bonds Initiative as First Partner Focused Exclusively  
Reuters - 14 Hours ago
Dividend Solar Joins Climate Bonds Initiative as First Partner Focused Exclusively on the U.S. Distributed Solar Market Leading Solar Loan Provider Pioneers Expansion of Climate Bonds     Add Comment

NASA scrubs launch of climate research satellite 
CBS News - 15 Hours ago
A United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket carrying a NASA climate research satellite was grounded Thursday by high winds above the Vandenberg Air Force Base launch site northwest of Los Angeles. There     Add Comment

As gas prices drop, Americans favor oil exports 
Reuters - 15 Hours ago
A man gets gasoline at a BP station in St. Louis, Missouri January 14, 2015, as gas prices dropped across the country over the last three months. Credit: Reuters/Kate Munsch (Reuters) - Americans     Add Comment

U.S. Among Most Vulnerable to Climate-Change Risks 
CFO.com - 9 Hours ago
Supply chains in Europe and Japan are far ahead of those in the rest of the world (including the United States) in their preparations for climate change risks and natural disasters, according to research     Add Comment

The U.S. Is a Country Divided by Seasons and Warming 
Scientific American - 9 Hours ago
The U.S. is no stranger to differences among its sometimes bickering states, so perhaps it’s no surprise that even global warming finds itself with some regional rivalries. A Climate Central analysis     Add Comment

Wide gap exists between scientists, U.S. public over science issues: survey 
Xinhua News Agency - 9 Hours ago
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- Scientists and the general public in the United States are sharply divided over a broad range of hot topics related to science such as genetically modified (GMO) foods,     Add Comment

Climate change will make storms nastier but less frequent read comments 
CBC - 9 Hours ago
Large storms like the blizzard that battered New England this week may become more severe but less frequent as the Earth's climate changes, scientists said on Thursday. The Canadian-led study noted that
Climate change will make storms nastier but less frequent, study says CBC
Storms like U.S. blizzard may get stronger but less frequent-study Reuters India
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Poll shows giant gap between what public, scientists think 
Miami Herald - 9 Hours ago
The American public and U.S. scientists are light-years apart on science issues. And 98 percent of surveyed scientists say it's a problem that we don't know what they're talking about. Scientists are     Add Comment

Energy, climate change top items for premiers' gabfest 
CNEWS - 10 Hours ago
Energy, climate change top items for premiers' gabfest    Add Comment

Great News! Most Americans Disagree With Scientists About Climate Change And GMO  
Fast Company - 10 Hours ago
At a time when climate change is threatening humanity, genetically modified foods are proliferating, and medical science is making incredible strides, it would seem safe to assume that most people pay     Add Comment

Previous climatic shifts deprived oceans of oxygen 
UPI - 10 Hours ago
DAVIS, Calif., Jan. 29 (UPI) -- Dead zones -- massive stratified columns of oxygen-deprived water -- could become the new normal in oceans around the world as global temperatures continue to rise. New     Add Comment

Preparing for a Price on Carbon: Lessons from 3 Companies 
World Bank - 10 Hours ago
New carbon pricing systems are being developed in China, Chile and other countries to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and encourage clean energy and sustainable development. This will mean new reporting     Add Comment

This Chart Shows That Americans Are Way Out of... 
Mother Jones - 10 Hours ago
Here's one big reason why the US has been so slow to take aggressive action on climate change: Despite the wide consensus among scientists that it's real and caused by humans, the general public—not to     Add Comment

Poll Reveals Rift Between Scientists, Regular Folks 
National Geographic - 11 Hours ago
What do the the International Space Station and bioengineered fuels have in common? They're about the only technological advances that both scientists and the American public actually like. On most     Add Comment

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