The United Nations has a new champion: climate change denier James Hansen.
That’s according to a new survey of the world’s top climate scientists, who were asked to pick their top five most influential climate scientists.
That honor goes to the world-renowned climate scientist and former vice president Al Gore, who was ranked number two.
Among the scientists surveyed by the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the top five is a tie.
That tie reflects the lack of consensus on the issue among scientists.
As the world faces unprecedented global warming, many scientists are finding that their predictions of the effects of global warming have come through surprisingly poorly.
They are also finding that it is difficult to predict how the warming will play out over time, and that there is a need for urgent action to combat climate change.
The United States and Russia, for instance, both have pledged to cut emissions and the European Union and China have pledged significant reductions in their own emissions. In the U