The LA Times has published a rather even-headed article on the position of what they call “non-skeptic heretics” — scientists who believe that global warming is occurring but it is not nearly as catastrophic as the alarmists are claiming. According to these researchers,
It is cheaper and more effective to adapt to global warming than to fight it.
Instead of spending trillions of dollars to stabilize carbon dioxide levels across the planet — an enormously complex and expensive proposition — the world could work on reducing hunger, storm damage and disease now, thereby neutralizing some of the most feared future problems of global warming.
Their approach to the problem is based on political realities, rather than apocalyptic scenarios.