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Environmental sceptics overwhelmingly politicised, says study

Tuesday 17 Jun 08 9:15am

A review of environmental skepticism literature from the past 30 years has found that the vast majority of skeptics, often identified as independent, are directly linked to politically oriented, conservative think tanks.

The study, published in this month's issue of Environmental Politics, analysed books written between 1972 and 2005 that deny the urgency of environmental protection.

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