The influence of political ideology on trust in science

Organization: Environmental Research Letters

A paper looking at the link between political ideology and an unwillingness to believe scientists and scientific results that challenge that political worldview. 
An analysis of the evolution of scientific consensus on anthropogenic global warming in the peer-reviewed scientific literature finds that 97% of the published research endorse the consensus position that humans are causing global warming and a vanishingly small proportion rejects the consensus.
A journal article that compares forms of climate scepticism in print media in the United States and five other countries, in order to determine whether the US experience of scepticism regarding climate change is found in other countries.