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Trump's Election Leaves Scientists In A Climate Of Uncertainty

At a meeting in San Francisco, thousands of researchers are pondering how they can influence President-elect Donald Trump's thinking on climate change.

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A Very Jon Batiste Christmas

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Trump's Election Leaves Scientists In A Climate Of Uncertainty

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