April 7, 2011
Global warming (or "Climate change") issues have been controversial for many years now. Politicians did not need long (or many proofs) to respond to the cries of worried citizens and change the environmental and economic public policies. Were the changes necessary? Who won and who lost with them?
With our guest, Mišo Alkalaj, MA, we discussed the science and "science" of global warming. We looked at how the "hockey stick" was created by data manipulation, and shed some light on the series of events that led to the politicians changing their position on global warming. We also discussed how changes in public policies affect our society, economy and environment.