B28266 / Thu, 15 May 2008 17:02:52 / Environment
NOTED CLIMATE SCIENTIST ROGER PIELKE SR. REJECTS THE NOTION THAT ELEVATED CO2 LEVELS ARE THE SOLE CULPRITS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Roger Pielke Sr. is a retired professor of atmospheric science at Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, and a senior research scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Since July 2005 he has written and maintained a Climate Science blog that serves as a scientific forum for dialogue and commentary on climate issues.
With William R. Cotton, he is the co-author of Human Impacts on Weather and Climate (Cambridge University Press, 2007).
And over the past summer he co-hosted a conference entitled “Land Use and Climate Change,” in Boulder, Colorado.
While Dr. Pielke rejects being characterized as a “global warming skeptic,” his work is unwaveringly critical of the current conventional wisdom regarding climate change and what to do about it.
EcoWorld Editor Ed Ring recently caught up with Dr. Pielke, who had the following to say on the topic:
Sometimes no Peace