Combating a two decade long campaign attacking the scientific consensus on climate change

Resource Author: John Cook

While 97% of scientists agree on the causes of global warming, the public believes there is a 50-50 debate on the issue. How did the ‘consensus gap’ arise and how can it be closed?
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 summary of 173 different myths about climate change and what science says about these arguments from individuals who question climate science.
A guide to the cognitive processes related to public misperceptions, including practical tips to debunking climate change myths and misinformation.