As you probably know, NCSE released the first national survey on the teaching of climate change in public schools last week in Science. Why did we do this survey? Our executive director, Ann Reid, wrote yesterday in our blog:

“We had anecdotal evidence, and some good, but not national, survey data, suggesting that efforts to cast doubt on the overwhelming scientific evidence of climate change were seeping into science classrooms.”

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With so many of the world’s major players in climate change gathered in the City of Light for the COP21 climate talks, it is not surprising that climate denialist groups are riding the coattails of this event to promote their anti-science agenda.

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A recent survey by the National Surveys on Energy and the Environment found that only 16% Americans believe there is no solid evidence for global warming.

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John R. Neill, illustration from The Lost Princess of Oz (1917)Can language help you tell the difference between scientists and science deniers?

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