Climate scientists are losing the public debate on global warming - Telegraph

Green campaigners and climate scientists are losing the public debate over global warming, one of the movement's leading proponents has admitted. Full Story »

Posted by Harry A Farr - via Google News (Climate Change)
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Subjects: World, Politics, Sci/Tech
Topics: Climate Change
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Posted by: Posted by Harry A Farr - Apr 8, 2012 - 6:43 AM PDT
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by William Hughes-Games - May. 16, 2012

A grou eat article as far as it goes but misses the fact that you don't have to invoke climate change to justify getting off fossil fuels

The use of fossil fuel: *puts you at the mercy of the fuel producing countries *necessitates running a huge army making the arms producers rich to protect overseas oil *results in the death of lots of your own citizens and far more people, mostly civilians in oil producing countries *feeds the mafias in these countries that keep their own people enslaved *Allows oil producing countries to buy up your wall street, main street, airports, sea ports etc. making you tennants in your own ... More »

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Harry A Farr
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by Harry A Farr - Apr. 9, 2012
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Annie Greene
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by Annie Greene - Apr. 11, 2012

I was disappointed to see that an argument such as Peiser's was not brought in until the last couple paragraphs. The bulk of the article implies the less and less people believe that climate change is occurring or that it is of any importance. What I couldn't help but think though is that in reality, so much has happened since 2000 (the year pro green taxing numbers were pulled from in the comparison) that it is of no surprise that people have shifted their priorities. It is of course of great concern that the public does not take this issue more seriously but this article does little to convince me that that it fault of skeptic rhetoric. Rather, I see the troubled economy and continued conflict in the Middle East at fault.

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