Idaho conservation politics: Minnick and Sali disagree on climate change

Representative Sali says no human caused climate change-

Democrat Walt Minnick is challenging one-term Republican U.S. Representative in Idaho’s first congressional district. Polls show the race to be close.

Rocky Barker has a report this morning on a clear difference (there are many differences, but this applies to the topics commonly discussed on this forum).

Minnick and Sali disagree on climate change. By Rocky Barker. Idaho Statesman.

Years earlier Minnick won some fame and notoriety in Idaho when as CEO of a timber-related company, he argued that it was not necessary for the timber industry to be awarded “below-cost” timber sales on public lands from the taxpayers in order to make a profit.

One Response to “Idaho conservation politics: Minnick and Sali disagree on climate change”

  1. Alan Gregory Says:

    Read this http://www.columbia.edu/~jeh1/mailings/20080529_DearGovernorGreenwash.pdf
    Dear Governor Greenwash letter from climate scientist Dr. James Hansen (director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies).


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