Blaze’s contributor, Will Cain, prompts James Taylor to address the dilemma of the climate change solutions provided by the United Nations which do not take into account costs. Taylor, like the NIPCC, asserts that cutting carbon dioxide emissions would have a minimal impact on climate. Rather than using the solutions being advocated by the United Nations, which funnel money from Western Democracies to overseas companies that are tied to the government, Taylor calls for a “…championing of policies that allow people to have inexpensive energy, so they have more money for stronger housing and other infrastructure that will help them weather the storm.”
James Taylor is not only a Senior Fellow at the Heartland Institute, but managing editor of Heartland’s Environment and Climate News. He writes a weekly column on Forbes online, and has appeared on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, PBS and CBS for energy and environmental analysis.