Climate sceptics have their day in Lords inquiry

A new House of Lords inquiry is providing a strong platform for sceptics challenging the scientific consensus on climate change, and for economists who argue that the costs of dealing with the problem are disproportionate to the benefits. The current and former chairmen of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) fought off claims that the Panel's work is "politicised" and "distorting".

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