Courts are not the place to resolve scientific debates

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December 18, 2017

At a time when science is under continual attack from politics and other sources, the last thing we need is to resolve differences concerning controversial topics in the courts, writes Energy Institute Research Fellow Joshua Rhodes in a new op-ed in Forbes. Rhodes’ article is in response to the latest chapter in an ongoing battle between Stanford Prof. Mark Jacobson and fellow scientist Christopher Clack over how society can best combat the effects of climate change. Read more.

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