The International Climate Change Conference kicked off in New York yesterday with talks by MIT climatologist Richard Lindzen and Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus. As Ronald Bailey reports, Lindzen pointed out that the global mean temperature has not increased statistically significantly since at least 1995. Klaus argued, “There is no known economically feasible way for an economy to survive on expensive unreliable clean green energy.”
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