Confessions of a climate doubter

January 22, 2009 | 00:00

Confessions of a climate doubter

“Climate change” has grown into a large bureaucratic, industrial and political machine, on which the livelihood of many thousands of people depends. In this intellectual climate there is little room for doubt. Changes to the energy system may be inevitable, argues Karel Beckman, editor-in-chief of European Energy Review, but we should not blindly follow the beliefs of the climate preachers.

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