Science Groups Blasted For Crossing Line into Activism with Climate-Change Letter to Congress

The Washington Times discusses with Myron Ebell a letter written to Congress by science associations advocating for climate change policies. 

Myron Ebell, director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the free market Competitive Enterprise Institute, said most of the letter’s signers “have little or no expertise in climate science, and virtually none knows anything special about making public policies.”

“In this case, the policies being advocated will destroy millions of jobs and cost trillions of dollars, but many of the professionals represented by these associations will probably do very well from more government funding,” Mr. Ebell said.

Read the full article at The Washington Times.