Letter: It's climate change foes who are compromised

To the editor:

This is in response to the letter by Ed Dartford on Nov. 11 titled "Climate change experts have no credibility."

I think Mr. Dartford has it dead wrong. There is an overwhelming consensus among climate scientists that climate change is real, human-caused and reversible if we act decisively. A false narrative is being spread by vocal non-experts who deny the connection between dirty fossil fuel emissions and increasing climate disruption. If one follows the money, it is clear who really has the most to gain financially by promoting an agenda of pollution, environmental degradation, and profits over human health. It's the oil, gas, and coal industries.

Mr. Dartford, I listen to writings and lectures by experts at institutions such as Harvard, Cornell, Columbia and NASA. Where do your "experts" come from and who pays them?

Henry Rose, M.D.,



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