Archive: Robert J. Shapiro: November 2009
This little tempest should remind us that like the rest of us, renowned climate scientists are people with a normal quotient of character failings. Albert Einstein reportedly treated his first wife badly, but that certainly has no bearing on the genius of his scientific achievements -- any more than Pablo Picasso's private behavior devalues his astonishing art.
By Robert J. Shapiro | November 24, 2009; 11:48 AM ET | Comments (14)
This is precisely the right question to ask as Congress considers climate legislation, and the answer is straightforward. Much of Europe adopted a cap-and-trade system, the European Trading Scheme (ETS); and at least in its initial rounds, it has utterly...
By Robert J. Shapiro | November 11, 2009; 07:30 AM ET | Comments (1)