David Siegel is an accomplished author, analyst about topics the world is struggling with, and consultant helping to improve businesses. This interview describes his journey to understand the topic of Man-Made Global Warming and its relative importance compared with other problems the world is facing.
Tom Wysmuller, Lecturer at Colderside.com: He examines whether there is a link between atmospheric CO2 and Sea Level and discusses what a 1% reduction in CO2 would mean for sea level. See his website: www.colderside.com for interesting questions and answers on man-made climate change.
Indur Goklany - Carbon dioxide levels have risen inexorably since the 1700s. Yet despite this, climate sensitive indicators of human and environmental wellbeing that carbon dioxide affects directly, such as crop yields, food production, prevalence of hunger, access to cleaner water and biological productivity, and those that it affects indirectly, such as living standards and life expectancies, have improved virtually everywhere.
Freeman Dyson - I am hoping that the scientists and politicians who have been blindly demonizing carbon dioxide for 37 years will one day open their eyes and look at the evidence. Truth emerges when different groups of explorers listen to each other’s stories and correct each other’s mistakes.