Climate scientist claims research 'must support pre-approved narrative'
A climate change scientist has said that his recent research paper left out "relevant factors" other than global warming that are influencing the increase in wildfires in California. He claimed he did so because scientists who want to be published in leading journals must support "a pre-approved narrative".
As a scientist, I’m not allowed to tell the full truth about climate change
I am a climate scientist. And while climate change is an important factor affecting wildfires over many parts of the world, it isn’t close to the only factor that deserves our sole focus.
Scientist claims editors want climate papers that support 'preapproved narratives'
The 2015 Paris Agreement is a global pact to combat climate change under which all of the nations of the world voluntarily set their own nonbinding targets for reducing carbon emissions. DisobeyArt/Getty Images/iStockphoto Scientist claims editors want climate papers that support 'preapproved narratives' Asher Notheis September 10, 03:13 PM September 10, 03:13 PM Video Embed A scientist from California …
Scientist shocks peers by 'tailoring' climate study
In a controversial bid to expose supposed bias in a top journal, a US climate expert shocked fellow scientists by revealing he tailored a wildfire study to emphasise global warming. While supporters applauded Patrick T. Brown for flagging what he called a one-sided climate "narrative" in academic publishing, his move surprised at least one of his co-authors -- and angered the editors of leading journal Nature. "I left out the full truth to get…
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