Morano to Anderson: ‘And you really believe that [not bathing] is going to help people avoid typhoons?’
Anderson defended his advocacy of ‘a planned economic recession’ to combat man-made global warming
By Marc Morano
Kevin Anderson, a professor of Energy and Climate Change at the University of Manchester and Deputy Director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in the UK, acknowledged in an interview at the UN climate summit in Warsaw that he has made personal hygiene changes in his life in order to help fight global warming and he defended his advocacy of “a planned economic recession’ in order to fight climate change.
Anderson was confronted with his 2012 comments that he was going to do his part to reduce emissions by reducing his amount of bathing and showering.
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