Published on Jun 20, 2012
One of the first instantly recognizable faces I ran across at the recent Heartland Institute Denia Palooza conference in Chicago was Marc Morano, widely known as one of the most visible personalities on the climate denial circuit.
He was gracious enough to accept my offer to be interviewed, and I quizzed him on his practice of posting climate scientist’s emails on his blog.
The question is all the more relevant this week, as the University of East Anglia recently released some of the threatening emails received by scientist Phil Jones.
I contrasted Morano’s rationale with comments from Katharine Hayhoe, who I also interviewed recently at a conference in Ann Arbor, MI.
This interview is the second of two parts. Part one was posted on my blog at:
Esquire interview with Morano