(NEW SCIENTIST) — A NEW front has opened in the battle over U.S. school science curricula. After decades of fighting to keep creationism out of the classroom, U.S. science education advocates are steeling themselves to face a new foe: climate change skeptics.

Over the past few years, several US states and local school boards have introduced measures that would mean teachers must include the views of those who are skeptical of a human influence on climate change in science lessons.

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