How to Influence Climate Change Public Policy

We must Fight Government-Induced Global Warming!

Watts Up With That?

Skeptics aren’t funded or organized but they can still have an impact.

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Guest essay by Matt Manos

In my previous post, Why It’s So Hard to Convince Warmists, I introduced the concept of bellwethers and rational ignorance to explain why it’s so hard to convince warmists using empirical evidence. The obvious next question is, how can skeptics move the needle on belief in CAGW? To figure that out, I have been researching various movements that have succeeded in achieving their goals despite entrenched social bias.

Climate Change exists in a larger political context best know as the culture war. Very few targets of the culture war have successfully combated the forces of “all right thinking people.” Like them or hate them, the NRA and #gamergate have been successful largely by motivating their membership to lobby state governments or put social pressure on companies. These avenues aren’t available for skeptics…

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3 thoughts on “How to Influence Climate Change Public Policy

  1. I think it’s time for this debate to be taken to the courts. Lawsuits against some of the key IPCC alarmists and ‘scientists’ who submitted provably false data based on computer modelling, need to be asked serious questions under oath. Once this process begins, the complicit players will ‘run for the hills’.

    • That’s what I’m hoping, Sommer. Up until this point, the climaphobics have gotten away with anything. Some accountability could level the playing field. Do NOT vote for anyone that pushes the climate scam! That is our first line of defense!

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