Milo Yiannopoulos suspects the alarmist tide may be turning in the U.K. An excerpt from his Telegraph blog yesterday:
The Guardian’s environment team must have choked on their organic muesli running this one:
‘Apocalyptic climate predictions’ mislead the public, say experts: Met Office scientists fear distorted climate change claims could undermine efforts to tackle carbon emissions
In an article published on the Guardian website, Dr Vicky Pope, head of climate change advice at the Met Office, calls on scientists and journalists to stop misleading the public with “claim and counter-claim”. . . .
By and large, the scientific community has been in agreement about climate change until now. But I reckon we’re about to see open warfare between experts presenting serious, evidence-based research into the state of the planet and hysterical alarmists like James Hansen, who seem hell-bent on destroying our economy through eye-wateringly expensive and totally unnecessary “emergency measures”.