Lawrence Solomon

Lawrence Solomon is one of Canada’s foremost thinkers about the environment, climate change and urbanization and was a columnist with the National Post.

In 2008 he published The Deniers, a meticulously researched book which was a #1 environmental best seller in both Canada and the U.S. It profiles independently minded scientists who do follow the IPCC Alarmist storyline, at the same time it casts a light on the Orwellian tendencies of climate science media coverage.

A recent review on Amazon.ca states:

“At a time when one could count “strong thinkers” on the fingers of two hands (perhaps a few more in the USA, but not much more), this book was an oasis in the darkness of the scientific religion that “CO2 is the primary driver of climate since 1850”. Hats off to a brave, and very useful author. Such a rarity, such a pleasure.”

Since 1980 Solomon has directed Energy Probe Research Foundation, a think tank at the forefront of responsible environmentalism and an advocate of property rights.

“Earth is the sum of an infinite number of ecological niches. Each has its own characteristic, each has its own needs.”

 

“Carbon dioxide, a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas, represents the most serious threat today to the citizenry of the developed world. No other substance known to man more often makes us go crazy.”