I have heard about that research, that cannot be compared to climate change where there are hundreds if not thousnads of researchers who state that climate change is a danger. Using your logic here the ones we have to be careful of are the ones who say climate change is not a danger and come up with groundbreaking research to say why. This is becuase there are so few of them that their research cannot necessarily be correlated and corroborated, which was the case with the South Korean DNA researcher. He was a 'pioneer/leader' in the field which is why he got away with it. Inciidentally did you know a number of Bush adminstration officials got caught changing the wordings of scientific reports in a congressional report so that taken in that context they said that climate change was not a danger when the original research actuallly indicated otherwise.
On your points b,c, and d
a) children also get taught that pluto is the 9th planet. There is far less certainty amongst astronomists as to whether it is a planet than there is amongst environmentalists that there is climate change. Children get taught that all races are the same and we shouldn't be racist when there is some evidence that black people have lower IQs than white people. These are some of the areas where children are taught in an 'ideological manner' when there is no conclusive evidence one way or another. (NB I disagree with the evidence that suggests black people are not as clever as white people but there we go). At the end of the day the accepted scientific view is that climate change is happening. If 99% of scientists said it wasn't happening then it wuldn't get taught. And you kind of have to spell things out to a kid. The Pluto example a good example of this
b) well when there are indications that events such as Katrina, rising sea levels that are flooding many pacific islands, destruction of coral reefs, how more environmental protection of mangrove swamps could have saved thousands of lives during the south east asian tsunami
c) thats complete crap, apart from environment in the most local sense of 'do not litter, pick up dog poo' there is very little social pressure to foce people to do other things. Recycling is encouraged but when was the last time you felt bad for not recycling as much as your neighbours. As for being fashionable, enviromental concerns came something like 7th in most opinion polls as to what was the most important issue during the election (crime, health, pensions, the EU etc etc are more important to most voters). That hardly makes it a fashionable thing.
d) Can you give me an example of a company with that, as I haven't heard of it. When I see some more information i can answer this point