GWPF Funder Lord Leach – Relying on Unreliable Global Warming Information

GWPF Funder Lord Leach – Relying on Unreliable Global Warming Information
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DeSmog UK has found that libertarian banker Lord Leach is a funder of the anti-climate political advocacy group the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF). Lord Leach gave a long speech in Parliament detailing his beliefs about global warming, writes Dana Nuccitelli (pictured). 

The speech was full of inaccuracies, myths, and misinformation. Known as a Gish Gallop, the sheer number of false claims in the speech would require tremendous effort to debunk. Most telling were the sources that Lord Leach relied upon to support his statements. For example…

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GWPF Funder Lord Leach – Relying on Unreliable Global Warming Information

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