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by Robert L. Bradley




The energy challenges of resource depletion, security of supply and pollution have been effectively addressed by market entrepreneurship, technology, and measured regulation. The remaining sustainability issue for carbon-based energy reliance is anthropogenic or man-made climate change. "Climate Alarmism Reconsidered" demonstrates how the balance of evidence supports a benign enhanced greenhouse effect, and how the case for mandatory greenhouse gas reductions depends on unrealistic assumptions. Government intervention in the name of energy sustainability is the major threat to real energy sustainability and the provision of affordable, reliable energy to growing economies worldwide.Free-market structures and the wealth generated by markets help communities to best adapt to climate change. This multi-disciplinary study concludes that climate alarmism and its corollary, policy activism, are unwarranted and counterproductive for the developed world and particularly for the world's energy poor.Every few decades the intellectual community becomes obsessed with some energy 'problem' to which it can see no solution and calls for intervention by governments and international bodies to save the world. In the 1970s, the perceived problem was an imminent energy shortage; today the issue is climate change.
Download Climate Alarmism Reconsidered epub
ISBN: 0255365411
ISBN13: 978-0255365413
Category: Politics
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Author: Robert L. Bradley
Language: English
Publisher: Institute Of Economic Affairs (August 20, 2003)
Pages: 96 pages
ePUB size: 1536 kb
FB2 size: 1986 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Zyangup
Follow the money, and you'll find out that the Institute of Economic Affairs is a front for large corporations that might experience a decline of profits if they had to control their carbon emissions. The claims in this book are contrary to the nearly universal consensus of climatologists. But if you're looking for another climate science denier to reinforced your blindness to the truth, go for it.

The is one of many books written by climate change deniers who just aren't qualified to assess the cause or reality of global warming. To evaluate these books, the article "Climate Change Denial Books and Conservative Think Tanks: Exploring the Connection" on the National Institute of Health website is worth reading. Here's the bottom line from that article: "The general lack of peer review for the denial books is a common feature of the vast body of literature produced by the climate change denial community, ranging from blogs to newspaper op-eds to policy briefs …. Not being subject to peer review allows authors or editors of denial books to make scientifically inaccurate and discredited claims that are often amplified in conservative media and the blogosphere, potentially reaching significant segments of the general public."

Unfortunately, the audience to which climate change denial is pitched has shown itself to be easily influenced by alt-facts. Climate change deniers seem particularly resistant to actual peer-reviewed science, having concluded that all the reputable climate scientists in the world are conspiring for some evil purpose that only the alt-right can understand. It would be funny if it weren’t so destructive.
Bodwyn
Follow the money, and you'll find out that the Institute of Economic Affairs is a front for large corporations that might experience a decline of profits if they had to control their carbon emissions. The claims in this book are contrary to the nearly universal consensus of climatologists. But if you're looking for another climate science denier to reinforced your blindness to the truth, go for it.

The is one of many books written by climate change deniers who just aren't qualified to assess the cause or reality of global warming. To evaluate these books, the article "Climate Change Denial Books and Conservative Think Tanks: Exploring the Connection" on the National Institute of Health website is worth reading. Here's the bottom line from that article: "The general lack of peer review for the denial books is a common feature of the vast body of literature produced by the climate change denial community, ranging from blogs to newspaper op-eds to policy briefs …. Not being subject to peer review allows authors or editors of denial books to make scientifically inaccurate and discredited claims that are often amplified in conservative media and the blogosphere, potentially reaching significant segments of the general public."

Unfortunately, the audience to which climate change denial is pitched has shown itself to be easily influenced by alt-facts. Climate change deniers seem particularly resistant to actual peer-reviewed science, having concluded that all the reputable climate scientists in the world are conspiring for some evil purpose that only the alt-right can understand. It would be funny if it weren’t so destructive.
Arlana
Follow the money, and you'll find out that the Institute of Economic Affairs is a front for large corporations that might experience a decline of profits if they had to control their carbon emissions. The claims in this book are contrary to the nearly universal consensus of climatologists. But if you're looking for another climate science denier to reinforced your blindness to the truth, go for it.

The is one of many books written by climate change deniers who just aren't qualified to assess the cause or reality of global warming. To evaluate these books, the article "Climate Change Denial Books and Conservative Think Tanks: Exploring the Connection" on the National Institute of Health website is worth reading. Here's the bottom line from that article: "The general lack of peer review for the denial books is a common feature of the vast body of literature produced by the climate change denial community, ranging from blogs to newspaper op-eds to policy briefs …. Not being subject to peer review allows authors or editors of denial books to make scientifically inaccurate and discredited claims that are often amplified in conservative media and the blogosphere, potentially reaching significant segments of the general public."

Unfortunately, the audience to which climate change denial is pitched has shown itself to be easily influenced by alt-facts. Climate change deniers seem particularly resistant to actual peer-reviewed science, having concluded that all the reputable climate scientists in the world are conspiring for some evil purpose that only the alt-right can understand. It would be funny if it weren’t so destructive.