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Researchers in the U.S. say most people’s convictions about climate change are largely shaped by the weather outside—because that’s the most immediate data they can find.
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Influential members of the new Australian government are rejecting measures designed to curb greenhouse gas emissions, but the mounting evidence of increasing heat is contradicting them.
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Conservative influence groups may have spent as much as $1 billion a year in a campaign to reject science and stymie action on climate change, a gigantic study into the effort shows.
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