Patrick Michaels

Scholar, Cato Institute

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Scholar at the Cato Institute and author of Climate of Extremes: Global Warming Science They Don't Want You to Know; former Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Virginia

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The Gallup Poll says Americans are  increasingly skeptical  about the dangers of global warming and the urgency of reducing the rate of climate change.

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