Saturday, June 16, 2012

Climate Watch: Conversation With Richard Muller - YouTube

Richard Muller is not a climatologist, yet he is one of the most controversial figures in climate science. Climate Watch Senior Editor sat down with Muller to talk about his upcoming book, "Energy for Future Presidents," his view of global warming as "secular religion."  [Maybe I missed it, but I didn't hear Muller say "secular religion" in this one-minute segment.]

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British Baby-Boomers Are Beginning To Be More Rational About Eco-Hype

More than 1,000 people aged 55 or over - nearly three quarters of them 55 to 69 - responded to the online survey. The greatest number of respondents were from the UK followed by Australia, Canada and the U.S.

Only one in five of those in the UK were very concerned about the effects of climate change on their country, compared to 60 per cent in Australia, 57 per cent in Canada and 50 per cent in the U.S.

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