High time to invest in social sciences on climate change

We always hear that the science is clear, climate change is a political and social problem. Yet natural and technical sciences receive 770% more climate change research funding than social sciences, according to new research by Indra Overland (Center for Energy Research, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs [NUPI]) and Ben Sovacool (Energy policy, Science Policy Research Unit [SPRU], University of Sussex).


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