Reuters science correspondent: “I was wrong” on climate

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from CFACT,

Neil Winton worked at Reuters for 32 years, including as global science and technology correspondent.

Winton recently admitted he “was wrong” for going along and not putting in the journalistic effort to question the media’s prevailing climate narrative.

Winton said:

When I became Reuters global Science and Technology Correspondent in the mid-1990s, the global warming story was top of my agenda. Already by then the BBC was scaring us saying we would all die unless humankind mended its selfish ways. Carbon dioxide (CO2) was the culprit and had to be tamed, then eliminated. I had no reason to think this wasn’t established fact. I was wrong.

Marc Morano comments on Climate Depot.

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