Join the Fight Against Climate Change Skeptics

28 05 2007


A well funded group of front groups and organizations are working around the clock to cause confusion and perpetuate mis-information around the science of global warming. Using the same tactics that were employed by tobacco companies in the nineties to distort the link between health issues and smoking, these skeptics cast doubt on scientific facts by highly politicizing the issue and challenging the truth with confusing rhetoric and inaccurate statements on climate science.

At least 30 scientific socieites and academies of science, including all of the national academies of science of the major industrialized countries, as well as the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, agree that global warming is a huge threat to the planet and that humans are causing it through increasing greenhouse gas emissions. 

The DeSmogBlog exists to clear the confusion that these front groups sow and sets the record straight around the reporting of global warming, by exposing the inner workings of these organizations including where their funding comes from and their motivation for subverting the truth. The blog is referenced by major news outlets around the world and is considered a credible source on global warming by organizations like Greenpeace, Grist Magazine and Expose Exxon. A critical component in the fight against global warming skeptics the DeSmogBlog has recently embarked on a fund-raising campaign to be able to deepen their efforts in Canada, the US and world wide. Please click here to donate and be a part of the campaign to expose the skeptics and win the battle against global warming.




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