Discover Scientists’ Warning Resources & Knowledgebase
Discover Scientists’ Warning Knowledgebases, Planetary Stressors, Climate Science 101, NASA’s Project IceBridge, and more in this section. This area of this site is educational and provides pathfinders to the latest research and analysis to grow your science brain. Whether you are a scientist, a citizen scientist, a student or a researcher, there is so much here for you to discover and investigate further.

Scientists’ Warning Knowledgebases are being used in global classrooms to teach the latest in climate science and related topics. Scientists’ Warning encourages a dialectic learning and debate process. Please share on social media and discuss further.

How to Fact Check and Spot Fake News
According to the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA), critical thinking is a key skill in media and information literacy, and the mission of libraries is to educate and advocate its importance.

Discussions about fake news has led to a new focus on media literacy more broadly, and the role of libraries and other research and education institutions in providing this. This downloadable infographic poster from IFLA provides an excellent overview on steps in fact checking.

Research Tools & Resources for Citizens, Scientists & Skeptics
Everyone can become a self-educated researcher, citizen scientist and skeptic. In fact, Scientists’ Warning encourages you to do so.

Here is a list of tools and resources, used at Scientists’ Warning, which you can also use to do your own debunking, data analysis, trends tracking and more. These are just a few of the tools that are now publicly available for educators and global citizens. Scientists themselves are using to do these tools to do the much needed research and analysis that will help us understand how to heal our planet for all life in the ecosphere.

Begin with Skeptical Science Resources & Debunking Handbook to get a feel for scientific process, objectivity, and inquiry.

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