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Scott Pruitt

The two columns below show quotes (left column) from Scott Pruitt paired with what the science says (right column). Click on text in right column for full details.


Quotes by Scott Pruitt vs What the Science Says
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The president has indicated that the climate changes. It's always changing. I've indicated the same.

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4 June 2017 (Source)
Climate reacts to whatever forces it to change at the time; humans are now the dominant forcing.
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[Carbon dioxide is not] a primary contributor to the global warming that we see.

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9 March 2017 (Source)

Theory, models and direct measurement confirm CO2 is currently the main driver of climate change.

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No I, no I think that, that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do and there’s tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact. So no, I would not agree that [CO2] is a primary contributor to the, to the global warming that we see. But we don’t know that yet, as far as, we, we need, we need to continue the debate, continue the review and the analysis.

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9 March 2017 (Source)

97% of climate experts agree humans are causing global warming.



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