DISTINGUISHED U.S. CLIMATE SCHOLAR TELLS WHY POLICIES TO CONTROL CO2 EMISSIONS ARE MISGUIDED
Posted 28 September 2012
Fred Singer is professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and
director of the Science & Environmental Policy Project. His
specialty is atmospheric and space physics. An expert in remote sensing
and satellites, he served as the founding director of the US Weather
Satellite Service and, more recently, as vice chair of the US National
Advisory Committee on Oceans & Atmosphere. He is a senior fellow of
the Heartland Institute and the Independent Institute. He co-authored NY Times best-seller Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1500 years.
In 2007, he founded and has chaired the NIPCC (Nongovernmental
International Panel on Climate Change), which has released several
scientific reports (see www.NIPCC.org). For recent writings see http://www.americanthinker.com/s_fred_singer/ and also Google Scholar. In this article, he explains why policies seeking to control emissions of CO2 are misguided.
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