In the first part of the program Betsy talks about how according to the Government Accountability Project the scientific reports concerning climate change were "edited" to increase the perception of uncertainty, as reported in the New York Times. Betsy's guests are Brenda Ekwurzel of the Union of Concerned Scientists and Myron Ebell of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
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On June 10 Philip Cooney has resigned from his position.
Science Academies of Britain, France, Russia, Germany, the U.S., Japan, Italy and Canada, along with those of Brazil, China and India, called on G-8 countries to "identify cost-effective steps that can be taken now to contribute to substantial and long-term reductions in net global greenhouse gas emissions."
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