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1 The Military's Role in Oceanography, Deadly Pharmaceutical Negligence, and Other New Science Books
2 Bill Gates and the problem with climate solutionism
3 A Climate-Conscious Lent: Exxon-funded climate doubt
4 Naomi Oreskes on the science of climate change and COVID-19 – and those who deny it
5 Readers Respond to the November 2020 Issue
6 Why “Trusting the Science” Is Complicated
7 Naomi Oreskes: ‘The House Is Burning Down and We’re Just Sitting Around Discussing It’
8 In 'Why Trust Science?' Naomi Oreskes explains why the process of proof is worth trusting
9 To Understand How Science Denial Works, Look to History
10 Naomi Oreskes: ‘Discrediting science is a political strategy’
11 Stories by Naomi Oreskes
12 The USA and climate change: Resource guide
13 Why Faith in Science Is Critical: Five Questions for Naomi Oreskes
14 Why Trust Science?
15 Scientists Need to Be Kinder to One Another
16 America's devastating divorce from science
17 Why Trust Science? with Author Naomi Oreskes
18 Naomi Oreskes, a Lightning Rod in a Changing Climate
19 Naomi Oreskes Evaluates The Trust (And Distrust) In Science
20 Naomi Oreskes: Turn your anger at science denial into political action
21 ExxonMobil misled the public about the climate crisis. Now they're trying to silence critics
22 Jeffrey Epstein's Harvard Connections Show How Money Can Distort Research
23 Unlimited Information Is Transforming Society
24 Scientists Failed to Use Common Sense Early in the Pandemic
25 Naomi Oreskes On Why We Should Trust Science
26 Naomi Oreskes Imagines the Future History of Climate Change
27 Harvard historian of science Naomi Oreskes takes on climate-change skeptics
28 Naomi Oreskes: Why Should We Believe In Science?
29 One Planet: What Impact Will The US Election Have On A Warming Planet?
30 Why the 'just-in-time mentality' won't work in public health
31 Naomi Oreskes on climate change: “We've blown it… but pessimism is not acceptable”
32 How science denial on the political right hampers the US response to COVID-19
33 Interview with Naomi Oreskes
34 "Why Trust Science?": Naomi Oreskes on the long struggle for truth, and what went wrong
35 Naomi Oreskes on How to Write about Science
36 Exploring Space Can Unite the U.S.—but Not in the Way You Might Think
37 How to Talk to Coronavirus Skeptics
38 How the oil industry made us doubt climate change
39 Professor honored for work on climate change consensus
40 The Analogy Between Covid-19 and Climate Change Is Eerily Precise
41 Will coronavirus change how we think about climate change?
42 Professor Argues For Increased Political Involvement from Scientists | News
43 Exxon Turns to Academia to Try to Discredit Harvard Research
44 The Capitol Riot and Climate Disinformation
45 Naomi Oreskes: fierce defender of climate change science – and scientists
46 Joining Pro-Business Groups Can Make Tech Firms Seem to Be Antiscience
47 Naomi Oreskes asks "why trust science" in an age of denialism
48 Creating 'Public Will' for Climate Action
49 Marie Tharp’s groundbreaking maps brought the seafloor to the world
50 Is Academe Awash in Liberal Bias?
51 Science, Politics, And The Coronavirus: 'A Tragedy of Denial'
52 How Naomi Oreskes Discovered the Roots of Climate Change Denial
53 Naomi Oreskes on Climate Change: We've Blown It… But Pessimism Is Not Acceptable
54 Beware: transparency rule is a Trojan Horse
55 Why Do White Men and Scientists Tend to Downplay the Risks of Technology?
56 Reactionary Propaganda Rides Again
57 Scientists Have Been Underestimating the Pace of Climate Change
58 I Am Tired of Watching Politicians Weaponize (Very Normal) Scientific Uncertainty – Mother Jones
59 OFF TOPIC: 'Merchants of Doubt' author advises Congress on Big Oil
60 Daily briefing: Today the US left the Paris climate agreement
61 Tenured Radicals Are Real
62 Trusting science in an age of environmental breakdown
63 Why COVID deniers and climate skeptics paint scientists as alarmist
64 Opinion | Climate Change Will Cost Us Even More Than We Think
65 Science Isn’t Always Perfect—But We Should Still Trust It
66 Merchants of Doubt Author Slams "Corrosive" Climate Change Skepticism
67 Scientists aghast as hopes for landslide Biden election victory vanish
68 Big Oil Is Backing Off Election Denial — but Has Deep Ties
69 Climate lawsuits against Big Oil follow the Big Tobacco playbook
70 Why Should We Trust Scientists?
71 What's at the Top of Your Stack?
72 Review: We are all responsible for the future of our planet
73 We Need Big Government to Save Us From the Pandemic
74 Op-Ed: Trump's coronavirus failures? Thank Ronald Reagan
75 OIL AND GAS: Slip-up reveals Chevron ties to architect of climate attack
76 "Liberal Bias" in Academia: Media Narrative vs. Social Science
77 Readers Respond to the April 2020 Issue
78 Could the Coronavirus Reset Society? Questions We Should Be Asking About Post-Pandemic Life
79 Harvard historian: strategy of climate science denial groups 'extremely successful'
80 Two online classes aim to spark conversation across campuses
81 Top 40 Women in STEM Announced by
82 Opinion | Exxon’s Climate Concealment
83 Exposing the World's Biggest Carbon Emitters
84 Report Reveals Auto Giants Knew About Car Emissions and Climate Change — in the 1960s
85 Naomi Oreskes: The Hoax of Climate Denial
86 The Idea That a Scientific Theory Can Be 'Falsified' Is a Myth
87 Trust Me, I'm A Scientist
88 Don't Fact-Check Scientific Judgment Calls
89 S. Fred Singer, a Leading Climate Change Contrarian, Dies at 95
90 Naomi Oreskes
91 The false promise of nuclear power
92 The Trump Administration’s Biggest Climate Lies
93 How Should the Media Talk About Climate Change?
94 It's Not (Yet) Too Late for Harvard to Lead | Opinion
95 Climate Misinformation Researchers Throw Support Behind California Communities Suing Fossil Fuel Companies
96 A View From The Climate Changed Future
97 Opinion | What’s the Price of Ignoring Climate Change?
98 Earth science: How plate tectonics clicked
99 What Makes Science Trustworthy
100 Opinion: Can we please base our climate change discussions on facts?