Posted 29 December 2012
Prominent Australian cartoonist writes in the Melbourne Age of a forthcoming book on the myth of "man-made global warming: "To the great credit of The Age and its pluralistic tradition, the occasional sceptical science article has been published along with regular cartoons on the issue. However, I still feel that the voices of highly qualified sceptics are not heard enough. In an effort to redress this imbalance, an unusual book on the sceptics' view will be published in 2013. The text, sprinkled with cartoons and illustrations, takes the Socratic form, giving answers to commonly asked questions about the science and economics of climate change. The content is provided by a collaboration of five highly qualified experts. They include a meteorologist, the former director of the Australian National Climate Centre; a geologist, a former member of the Australian Research Council and chairman of the Earth Sciences Panel; an independent energy consultant who manages his own small hydro power station; a professor of environmental engineering (hydrology) and one of Australia's leading tax consultants. I trust the integrity and compassion of these 'deniers', and admire their courage and awesome perseverance. We hope the book will help redress the imbalance in easily accessible knowledge for a 'jury of ordinary Australians."
Read his article here