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What Do Sugar and Climate Change Have in Common? Misplaced Scepticism of the Science.

Click here for reuse options! In both the sugar and anti-climate change industries,money distorts what the public believes. Why do we think that climate sceptics are irrational? A major reason is that almost none of them have any genuine expertise in climate science (most have no scientific expertise at all), yet they’re confident that they know better than the scientists.
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