Ok after much posting and voting, I've changed tact to get my point about neutrality across.
I've taken my question about climate change benefits down (I may come back to this with another question in some form), and added this question about climate models.
This question is not directly actionable per-se, but I think it's very important for the platform because so many questions and answers are about reducing GHG emissions. Well why should we do that? Because the scientific community tells us that if we keep emitting as we do and global economies continue to grow, we'll be faced with more droughts and super storms.
That's great, but we should monitor and evaluate the work of these scientists, so we can correctly prioritize how we define sustainability. If this forum is absent of scientific discussion of these matters, it will lose a lot of credibility and lose a large audience - reasonable people who are generally on the fence with regards to matters of environmental sustainability.
Does the question and answer I provided in the above link help accomplish that neutral tone? What other topics should we push to establish this tone and help create an open, non-ideological community?