Science Policy: Using Your Voice to Inform and Inspire

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Abstract

In recent decades, scientific research that addresses complex and critical global issues, such as climate change, has become increasingly politicized, leaving many scientists feeling as though they cannot directly engage decision makers and simultaneously preserve the integrity of their work. Now at a time when policy makers and the public struggle to understand the technical nature of these issues, scientists who want to communicate their findings clearly and effectively can turn to science policy to better understand how to engage in this process.

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