The U.S. Global Change Research Program is calling for nominations of review editors for the fourth edition of the National Climate Assessment. Qualified scientists, economists, and other experts who aren’t committed to global warming alarmism (a view pushed by past editions, as illustrated by the screen shot of the USGCRP’s NCA web page above—because everybody knows that anthropogenic climate change will bring more and stronger hurricanes???) should consider taking the opportunity to have some input before the NCA comes out. They just might succeed in making it more balanced and reasonable and less alarmist. Here’s info from GCRP’s page:
Call for Review Editors for Fourth National Climate Assessment
USGCRP is currently seeking individuals with pertinent, demonstrated expertise to serve as Review Editors for the Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4).
Review Editors are responsible for ensuring that all substantive comments received during the public comment period and from the National Academy of Sciences review are appropriately addressed. They will also provide guidance to chapter leadership on contentious issues, and ensure that significant scientific uncertainties are adequately reflected in the text. Review Editors do not comment on the text itself.
Nominees for Review Editor should be accomplished experts with climate-related proficiency in one or more of the sectors or regions addressed in NCA4, such that the nominee can contribute to the development of a robust scientific assessment.
The deadline for submission is September 8, 2017. For more information on this call for nominees, please see the Federal Register Notice.
If you would like to nominate yourself or others, please visit our Contribute site.