#ClimateChange: How to slow down this runaway freight train of climate change — The Mountain Town News

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Our global energy system is like a runaway freight train. Image/Shutterstock Our global energy system is like a runaway freight train. Image/Shutterstock

FromThe Mountain Town News (Allen Best):

James W.C. White presents himself first and foremost as a scientist, one who specializes in geological processes. You can call him a climate scientist. He says some things are not a matter of belief, but rather laws of physics. The eventual effect of greenhouse gases on atmospheric temperature is among those basic laws.

But White is also a man of faith, someone who believes in free will and the potential of humans to make choices guided by morals, not laws of nature. I saw this last year when he testified in support of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan at hearings in Denver. He identified himself as an evangelical Christian.

In a presentation sponsored by the Boulder chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society on Oct. 15, White made no mention…

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