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Climate Change and the news: Should there be improved partnerships between the press and the scientific community?

  • Yes, there should be.

    Of course the news can report on climate change all that it wants, but if people do not belive in climate change, than there is nothing more that the news can do. It is the job of the news to spread accuate information so that people are informed about the world around them.

  • Yes, i agree.

    I believe that there should be improved partnership between the press and the scientific community. This is due to the recent Climate change issue that is being talked all over the news. Therefore, there Must be improved relationship between the two so that this can be run smoothly with a success.

  • Lack of coherent message from scientific community is problematic

    Climate change is real, and is an issue that is growing in importance. Unfortunately, a lot of what we hear about climate change is put out by lobbyists or other individuals who have a stake on either side of the issue. What is needed is a consistent and simple message from the scientific community. The issue is that there is dissent in the scientific community itself. However, a vast majority of experts believe that climate change is real, and know the human activities that are exacerbating the issue. More news reporting on this perspective is necessary.

  • Yes there should be improved partnerships between the press and the scientific community.

    There should be improved partnerships between the press and the scientific community. This would increase the spread of scientific knowledge in popular newspapers and magazines. It would also increase the amount of correct information that makes it into news headlines. This partnership would be important in improving the baseline knowledge of the American people about important scientific discoveries and issues such as climate change. This increased knowledge base would allow people to change their habits and their voting records based on information they have obtained through the press.

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