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Is climate denialism dead?

End of the road for climate change denialism? Death Valley, seen here earlier this month, is normally the driest place in North America. Image: John Sirlin via REUTERS

John Letzing
Digital Editor, Strategic Intelligence, World Economic Forum
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Climate change denialism may not be an official casualty of climate crisis just yet.
Climate change denialism may not be an official casualty of climate crisis just yet. Image: World Economic Forum

As people began to realize the scientists alarmed by global warming might know what they’re talking about, climate change denialism gained momentum and generous financial backing.
As people began to realize the scientists alarmed by global warming might know what they’re talking about, climate change denialism gained momentum and generous financial backing. Image: CBS/YouTube
A SAP and Qualtrics survey conducted in 2020 looked into global attitudes towards climate change.
A SAP and Qualtrics survey conducted in 2020 looked into global attitudes towards climate change. Image: SAP/Qualtrics

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