Recently released, Climate Change: The Facts 2020 is the definitive guide to the latest international research and analysis on climate change science and policy. Twenty experts in their field from across five countries have written original contributions on the key issues of scientific, political, and public debate about climate change.

In this podcast, Heartland Institute Senior Fellow for Environment and Climate Anthony Watts interviews Dr. Jennifer Marohasy, Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs, about the book, the history behind it and some of the ugly tribalism that has taken place in the scientific communnity in regards to looking beyond carbon dioxide as a single control for Earth’s climate.

It is published by the Institute of Public Affairs and Australian Scholarly Publishing, and available at and soon to be available on Amazon.


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