DRIESSEN: A model for climate-change fraud

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We “skeptics” and “deniers” know global warming and climate change are “real.” We deny, however, assertions that human-caused carbon-dioxide emissions have replaced the complex solar, planetary and cosmic forces that caused previous changes. We want solid evidence — which alarmists have failed to provide — to support their disaster claims.

The only conclusion we can draw is that people worldwide are being conned into sacrificing their jobs, freedoms, health and well-being to government bureaucrats, on the altar of climate alarmism.

Paul Driessen is senior policy adviser for the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow and author of “Eco-Imperialism: Green Power, Black Death” (Merril Press, 2012).

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