Meteorologists' views about global warming: A survey of American meteorological society professional members
Mounting an effective societal response to climate change will require the involvement of the government, business, and nongovernmental organization sectors, as well as a myriad of professional groups and members of the public at large. As experts on weather and weather prediction, they will play a variety of important roles in helping other stakeholder groups make informed decisions based on changing expectations about climate and weather. Their technical expertise is complemented by the fact that members of the public see climate scientists and broadcast meteorologists as trustworthy sources of information on climate change. The CICCC's mission is to bring all constituencies of opinion to the discussion table and to provide venues and modes of interaction that help facilitate respectful and constructive dialogue on climate change. The CICCC's mission does not explicitly include addressing specific areas of climate science or try to influence the outcomes of discussion.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
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Stenhouse, Nei; Maibach, Edward; Cobb, Sara; Ban, Ray; Bleistein, Andrea; Croft, Paul; Bierly, Eugene; Seitter, Keith; Rasmussen, Gary; and Leiserowitz, Anthony, "Meteorologists' views about global warming: A survey of American meteorological society professional members" (2014). Kean Publications. 1992.