An Environmentalist Seeks Truth, Finds It In Climate Skepticism

October 2015
Investors Business Daily;10/16/2015, p00
The article offers information on environmentalist David Siegel, a Democrat who strongly believes that governments play significant role on protecting the environment. Topics discussed include Siegel's interest in climate science, the efforts he made to educate other politicians about their environmental roles, and the political agenda and public relations campaign being pursued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.


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