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2022 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #17

Posted on 1 May 2022 by BaerbelW

Listing of articles linked to on the Skeptical Science Facebook Page during the past week: Sun, April 24, 2022 through Sat, April 30, 2022.

The following articles sparked above average interest during the week (bolded articles are from SkS authors): Skeptical Science New Research for Week #17 2022, Newsmax using climate change outrage to lure paid newsletter subscribers, What Explains the Cataclysmic Failure To Get Traction For Several Principles That The US and 185 Countries Agreed Should Guide National Climate Responses that Completely Invalidated the Scientific Uncertainty and Excessive Cost Arguments That Have Been the Dominant Focus of the US Climate Debate for 30 Years, Fulfilling CoP26 promises can limit global warming to 2°C: Study, and Why Are Nature-Based Solutions on Climate Being Overlooked?.

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  1. I'm curious as to whether the article by Donald Brown was a rough first draft rather than a finished product. It contains a large number of typos and improper compositions that would have concerned an eighth grade English teacher.  ??  Is there another place to look for what may have been his actual published version?

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