Comics: Global warming in 20 questions

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A science book uses comics to counter climate skepticism

Sunrise on a frosty morning Marley Photo Lip / Alain Whist, Freiburg, 30.12.2005 © Saint-Paul SA

Sunrise on a frosty morning Marley Photo Lip / Alain Whist, Freiburg, 30.12.2005 © Saint-Paul SA

Released on 27.06.2022

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Teaching நுழை Entering into Comics: This choice is made by large research institutes and even the most reputable experts to combat misinformation spread on social networks. Interview with Jean-François Doussin, professor of science at Est Créteil University in Paris and deputy director of science at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS): He has directed a recent book on climate change, full of explanatory bubbles.

What is your specialty in CNRS?

Jean-François Doussin: I work for INSU, the National Academy of Sciences of the Universe, and is one of the top ten organizations in the CNRS, especially climate, climate change, natural disasters … I

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