How a Professional Climate Change Denier to Fight for Science
I … make the conservative case for climate change. We don’t call people conservative when they put all their chips on one number of a roulette wheel. That’s not conservative. It’s pretty frigging crazy. It’s dangerous, risky. Conservatives think this way about foreign policy. We know that if North Korea has a nuclear weapon, they’re probably not going to use it. But we don’t act as if that’s a certainty. We hedge our bets. Climate change is like that. We don’t know exactly what’s going to happen. Given that fact, shouldn’t we hedge?
An interview with Jerry Taylor of the Niskanen Center.
“How a Professional Climate Change Denier to Fight for Science” by Sharon Lerner for The Intercept