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‘Is the U.S. raising a new generation of climate-change deniers?’ Skeptical climate book for schools called ‘a real danger’

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Brandie Freeman is a high school science teacher in the southern US state of Georgia. She recently opened her mailbox one morning to find something unpleasant lurking inside: A book, ostensibly a teaching guide, with the title “Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming.”

It wasn’t entirely a surprise. Freeman had a heard about the publication – produced by the Heartland Institute

 

 

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