How climate skeptics are trying to influence 200,000 science teachers

Christian Science Monitor | Science 

March 30, 2017 --If you're a public school science teacher, you've got mail. Or if it hasn't arrived yet, it's on the way. The Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based think tank promoting public policy based on individual liberty, limited government, and free markets, has mailed 25,000 copies of its book "Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming" and an accompanying explanatory DVD to science teachers across the United States. It plans to continue the campaign until all 200,000 K-12 science teachers in the country have a copy. As the title hints, the organization hopes to convince science teachers that the science of global warming has yet to be settled.

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