by James Hansen (2009)
Hansen provides a solid scientific explanation of the GHG crisis, but his naivety on other issues is extreme. He reduces political power to special interests and money, seeks "healthy economic growth", and claims that the solutions are enlightened government policies and political will.
None of this is tenable. The crucial lesson is this: even the best climate scientists are economically and politically mystified, and cannot be trusted beyond their scientific competencies.