Instead of a tropical rainforest of diverse perspectives, the environmental conversation is an arid, dogmatic desert.
Environmental organizations are large, affluent, and secretive. Rather than being underdogs, they are now the establishment.
A chief scientist, a statesman, and an heir to a throne all say climate disaster is imminent. But their schedules don’t agree.
Condemning people to grinding poverty is evil.
Asking a random group of climate scientists to comment on policy measures (as opposed to scientific questions) leads to some disturbing answers.
Will the American president throw thousands of US coal miners out-of-work in an utterly futile climate-change gesture?