President Klaus: Warming action not justified

“I am not impressed by heavily biased British scientific institutions.”

Czech President Vaclav Klaus finds no evidence that government spending on global warming would be worth the cost.

“I don’t see empirical evidence of human-caused global warming. I see so many mistakes in the methodology of science and modelling.”

President Klaus, who recently served as President of the European Union, has long been a vocal critic of global warming science and policy.  Last year he addressed the International Conference on Climate Change which was co-sponsored by CFACT.



About the Author: Michael Goetz