Oxford University has given a platform to Lord Deben to speak about climate change. Once again, the noble Lord's calls for action that strangely seems to coincide with the interests of Veolia UK Ltd, the company he chairs, and many of whose share options he owns.
In a speech given at the Oxford Environmental Change Institute, Deben sets about dissenters from the climate consensus with the gusto that is customary when there are large profits at stake. It is amusing also to learn about his concern over us sceptics' political and, erm, financial interests.
I don't think he says anything new, although he probably uses the d-word more than usual.
There's a report from the meeting and a podcast here.