Scientists are the experts on environmental issues. Often times, environmental problems are brought into the political arena from the science community. However, the information provided by the scientists is not always easily understood by the general public. These complex issues can often become convoluted once they are discussed by politicians. The media also has a strong influence as it interprets information and decides what and what not to share with the public. Although the scientists are the experts as to the environmental problem and can advise and make predictions regarding future outcomes, they are not experts on policy making and foreign affairs. Therefore, science should meld with good policy practices to guide environmental decision-making. Scientists and policy makers must work together to solve our current environmental issues.