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Scientists caught off-guard by record temperatures linked to climate change: Should the population be better educated about climate and the environment?

Scientists caught off-guard by record temperatures linked to climate change: Should the population be better educated about climate and the environment?
  • Yes, the population should be better educated about climate change and the environment

    Yes, the population should be better educated about climate change and the environment. Scientists should not be caught off guard by climate change and its effects. Climate change is something that we should expect. There is no good reason why scientists are not conditioned to recognize the effects of climate change.

  • Yes, the population should be better educated about climate and the environment.

    Yes, the population should increase their knowledge of the climate and the environment because it is important to be informed citizens. Climate change is real and something that affects the physical and mental health of the population. People informed about climate change are better prepared to advocate for policy changes regarding the environment.

  • The population should be better educated about the environment

    The population should be better educated about climate change and the overall environment. Too often, people pursue the status quo since it is difficult to make a change. Better education wold force people to face the facts and accept the need to change their behavior. Otherwise, people will not have an incentive to change.

  • They should be educated in multiple perspectives on the issue

    The general public definitely should be educated on climate change, but they should hear more than one theory on what might be causing it. They should learn about what's happening now and what has happened in the past with climate change so that they can compare the situations and figure out how much is caused by human activity and how much is a natural process.

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