Climate Change Denial Books and Conservative Think Tanks

  title={Climate Change Denial Books and Conservative Think Tanks},
  author={Peter J. Jacques},
  booktitle={The American behavioral scientist},
The conservative movement and especially its think tanks play a critical role in denying the reality and significance of anthropogenic global warming (AGW), especially by manufacturing uncertainty over climate science. Books denying AGW are a crucial means of attacking climate science and scientists, and we examine the links between conservative think tanks (CTTs) and 108 climate change denial books published through 2010. We find a strong link, albeit noticeably weaker for the growing number… CONTINUE READING
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