Jeb Bush: 'The climate is changing and I am concerned about that.' - 'Be cognizant of the fact that we have this climate change issue and we need to work with the rest of the world to negotiate a way to reduce carbon emissions'
Via Tampa Bay Times: Tom Steyer's climate change group NextGen Climate praised Jeb Bush for 'leadership': "Jeb Bush demonstrated leadership today on the issue of climate change—distancing himself from the other Republican presidential hopefuls and demonstrating why climate change doesn’t have to be a partisan issue," the group said in an email to reporters.
Climate Depot Statement on Jeb Bush: 'The Bush family appears to be a climate skeptic's worst friend. It is not within the DNA of any of the Bushes to oppose the UN climate agenda. President George H. W. Bush signed onto the 1992 Kyoto earth summit treaty which was ratified by the Senate. George W. Bush rubber stamped every UN IPCC report, rhetorically accepted all the warmists claims and validated the UN climate treaty process as president. It now appears Jeb Bush is more than willing to continue the Bush family legacy of promoting the UN climate claims and the UN's political agenda. It is understandable why Steyer is praising Jeb Bush.'
The good thing about global warming, while it lasted, was that it called for government to cure it; indeed, government was the only possible solution. And this was very welcome news for government, which is why it fought so hard to support those scientists and organizations that were sure they saw global warming lurking in every shadow.
Dyson: 'There certainly is an enormous religion in which there are lots of true believers who think that climate change is evil and that we're going to run into big catastrophes if we don't do something drastic. That's a sort of belief system which exists...I don't understand it and I don't pretend to understand their motives.'