Since Michael Mann seems fond of fossil fueled trips like this one:
Mike Mann, Stephan Rahmstorf, Kari Norgard at the rift between continental plates in southern Iceland.
And since he agrees people who use fossil fuels (carbon polluters) should pay:
(click image for the Tweet at Twitter)
How much should his bill be for all the travels he’s made by air? Here’s a few more examples:
Warmist Michael Mann takes fossil-fueled trip to oil-funded Oklahoma State,then suggests that fossil fuel companies are evil because their products cause bad weather
Mann, a professor of climatology at Pennsylvania State University, spoke of the research and challenges he has compiled and faced as a scientist before a room of about 430 people in the ConocoPhillips OSU Alumni Center.
Michael Mann on a Tundra Buggy looking for polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba, 2010. Source: Michael Mann
And he’s still at it, pushing his book:
Author to Discuss ‘The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars’ as Part of 2013 Sagan National Colloquium
Unless Dr. Mann can show he didn’t use fossil fuels to get to any of these destinations, he’s nothing but a hypocrite.
I’d hate to see weepy Bill McKibben’s bill for all his air travel.
On the list of paradoxes, not many beat flying around the world to give talks about climate change.