Reconciling competing claims

The public debate about climate science is rife with facts and authoritative arguments supporting almost any perspective on the most interesting questions about the human influence on climate change and its potential effects. Developing a broad and nuanced view of climate science requires that we consider the most challenging arguments, ask if they are being made correctly, and probe whether their implications are reasonable in the face of evidence. In ‘Questions,’ we break down some of the most common objections and concerns about climate science and work toward a more durable view