by Tom Harris, Executive Director, International Climate Science Coalition
Keith Crane, the director of environment, energy and economic development at the Rand Corp., is wrong to suggest that the Republican Party’s skeptical position on global warming is “anti-science” [“Debate dodged energy climate-change link”].
Trying to unravel the causes and consequences of climate change is arguably the most complex science ever tackled. Professors Chris Essex (University of Western Ontario, Canada) and Ross McKitrick (University of Guelph, Canada) write in their book, “Taken by Storm,” that
“[c]limate is one of the most challenging open problems in modern science. Some knowledgeable scientists believe that the climate problem can never be solved.” [Read more…]