Weather Channel Founder Blasts Global-Warming Scam

Stossel, John
December 2007
Human Events;12/10/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 42, p12
This article focuses on comments made by meteorologist John Coleman on global warming. Coleman calls global warming as the greatest scam in history. He said that this was created by environmental extremists, notable politicians and others. He also said that the impact of human beings on climate is not catastrophic.


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