Al Gore dodged an opportunity to meet with Czech President Vaclav Klaus, a leading global warming skeptic, at a recent conference in Santa Barbara, California.
The former vice president loves to lecture others on the need to address global warming, but usually insists on appearing alone and largely unchallenged at conferences.
If the science is settled, why not appear on the same stage with a credible skeptic and demolish his position in direct debate? Unless, of course, the skeptic’s position is stronger than Gore wants the public to know . . .