Naomi Oreskes

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Naomi Oreskes (born 25 November 1958) is a world-renowned geologist, historian of science, and public speaker, and a leading voice on the role of science in society and the reality of anthropogenic climate change.


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  • Oreskes (2004): Oreskes, Naomi. (2004) The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change. Science 306 (5702), 1686.

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