T.S. Eliot and Climate Change

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorJan 4, 2011 9:24 PM


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This is a fun little riff from Steven Hayward, one of the authors of the Post-partisan paper. I'm not sure who he means by the "climate establishment," but this is a wickedly legitimate observation of the hardcore climate doom crowd:

The climate campaign establishment increasingly looks like its own self-contained and self-referential lunatic asylum, unable to exercise any self-restraint in finding positive proof of climate change in every weather surprise.

Whether you agree or not, you gotta admire a wonk who introduces poetry into the climate debate.

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