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In this edition of the Heartland Daily Podcast, Research Fellow H. Sterling Burnett sits down with Lord Christopher Monckton to talk about the most recent developments in the climate change debate. Lord Christopher Monckton is among the most prominent, visible and vocal climate skeptics on the planet. His articles have been published in newspapers and professional journals worldwide and he is a frequent guest on television and radio presenting the realist view of climate science and climate policy.
In this first portion of a two-part podcast, Monckton starts by explaining how he got involved in this debate before giving a brief overview of the events that have taken place in the debate so far. Monckton talks about, among other things, the IPCC’s missed temperature projections as well as the baseless claim that 2014 was the hottest year on record. Monckton’s new research “Why Models Run Hot” is also discussed. He says he and his team stumbled upon mistakes made by climate scientists that exaggerated observed warming. Listen in as Monckton explains how these new revelations turn the man-made global warming debate on its head.