Global Warming - The Economist

The Dutch environmental agency published a report into mistakes in the 2007 assessment put out by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The agency concluded that the science of climate change was sound, but found new errors in the IPCC’s work and said the public would benefit if the UN body explained the range of possible outcomes more clearly instead of concentrating on worst-case scenarios. Meanwhile, a report into the climategate controversy cleared the reputations of the scientists involved, but said they should have been less secretive about their work. 

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