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The IPCC: Why Science Can’t Get Rid of Politics

And why, perhaps, it shouldn’t try to.

Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

“Good science is objective.”

Who here disagrees?

I hazard a guess that there’s very few among us willing to speak out against such a basic fact, a self-evident truth. Good science isn’t subjective, after all — surely?

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Rory Cockshaw

Rory Cockshaw

I write about science, philosophy, and society. Occasionally whatever else takes my fancy. Student @ University of Cambridge, Yale Bioethics alum.

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