In this podcast, Jacki Daily is joined by Greenpeace co-founder and ecologist, Patrick Moore, to talk about the fallacy of human-caused climate change and disclose his reasons for parting ways with the environmental organization he helped create.
“How did you go from being the founder of Greenpeace to now — you’re kind of on the other side from this group?” asked Jacki.
“When we started, we had a strong humanitarian orientation. We cared about people, to save them from all-out nuclear war, and also the environmental consequences that would have occurred as a result. We were trying to put those two things together. By the time I left, 15 years later, Greenpeace and the rest of the movement were referring to the human species as ‘the enemies of nature,’” explained Moore, adding, “I just don’t buy that line of thinking.”
Listen to the podcast above to hear more of the conversation. Also, check out the PragerU video below in which Moore explains, “What They Haven’t Told You about Climate Change.”
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