The Science and Politics of Climate Change

This week we kicked off our audio serialization of Climate Change: The Facts, as read by Melissa Howes.

If you missed the first episode, featuring Alan Moran’s introduction and Mark Steyn’s piece, you can get caught up here.

In this second episode, hear the first part of Ian Plimer’s essay, “The science and politics of climate change.”

Plimer, a University of Melbourne earth sciences professor emeritus, offers a crash course not only in the science as he sees it surrounding climate change, but also the scientific method itself, and how its been coopted by ideologues in Western governments.

To listen to this latest episode, click here.

This serialization is one of the many perks reserved for Mark Steyn Club members. If you’d like to explore the benefits of membership and give it a try for yourself, you’ll find everything you need here.