The Korea Times reports on Iain Murrays presentation at the Heritage Foundation's Resource Bank.
As Iain Murray explains, achieving this goal involves numbers almost too huge to count and projects nearly too large to contemplate. During an seminar last week at the Heritage Foundation's Resource Bank here, Murray ― a senior fellow with the Competitive Enterprise Institute ― detailed what it takes to cut Earth's CO2 by about 50 percent by the time people party likes it's 2099.
Two days before Murray's presentation, Angelenos broiled in 90-degree heat. Hours after he spoke, Heritage's guests at the posh Century Plaza Hotel huddled around the X Bar's outdoor fire pits and struggled to stay warm amid unusually brisk evening temperatures. This confirmed an observation by one of Iain Murray's colleagues that encapsulates the folly of this entire issue.
“Today, we call it climate change," CEI's Chris Horner has said. “We used to call it weather."
Read the full article at the Korea Times.