A new law says you don’t have to believe the latest climate change theory to accept the science underlying it.
The National Academy of Sciences released a report Wednesday saying that there’s a strong case for the consensus that human activities, including greenhouse gas emissions, are having a profound impact on climate.
But the academy’s findings contradict the views of some scientists, including those who argue that climate change is an issue of overwhelming scientific certainty.
The academy report says the evidence is overwhelmingly clear that human activity is the dominant cause of climate-related risks and that a warming climate poses risks to our economy, public health and society.
The report also suggests that climate changes are causing extreme weather events and that people should prepare for the worst.
But some scientists have argued that the science is inconclusive, and that the evidence of climate impacts and impacts of extreme weather are mixed.
For example, climate scientist Michael Mann told a House committee that “the evidence on the impacts of anthropogenic climate change on the US economy is mixed.”
The U.S. government has taken a different approach, issuing a report in December that said that while it does not dispute the existence of human-caused climate change, the country is “in the process of rethinking” the role of greenhouse gases.
The White House and other environmental groups have said the administration’s scientific findings on climate change are wrong and that it would be wrong to attribute climate change to human activity.
Environmental Protection Agency and the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a joint statement last month saying that the report is “misleading, politically motivated and lacks scientific rigor.”
In a statement on the White House’s climate change report, the administration said that the “facts are indisputable that human beings are the main cause of global warming.”
But it also said the report does not take into account a variety of factors, including the role humans play in natural disasters.
“The report does a great job of emphasizing the importance of the human role in global warming and the fact that the U and other countries are responsible for mitigation efforts,” said White House spokesman Ben LaBolt.
“The science on climate is clear and unequivocal.”
The White Houses report has received a great deal of attention in the past few weeks as it came after President Donald Trump called the science on global warming “ridiculous” and a “hoax.”
But many of the authors of the report also have called the Trump administration’s statements on the science incorrect and have questioned why the administration is promoting its findings.
For instance, the report cites a study that said the United States had a CO2 emissions problem that was not due to climate change.
The president has said that he believes humans are the cause of the planet’s warming, and the report says that the government has not found that the United Kingdom’s greenhouse gas emission rates are responsible.