Bart Verheggen points out one sentence in an interview that has won plaudits from all corners, including climate skeptics: "There's no place for plastic in our marine environment." To which Bart says:
Imagine a similarly worded and honest, clear, informative interview about AGW. And the scientist interviewed says right in the beginning: "There's no place for unlimited amounts of CO2 to be emitted into our atmosphere." I dare say that it wouldn't receive the same amount of praise as this article has. Because both are normative statements that people agree or disagree with. People in the latter category will be predisposed to dismiss what follows.