"The answer to climate change," he says solemnly, "is the development of science and technology. Yes, we will get changes in the way we consume but we will be consuming differently, not necessarily less. People are not going to return to the 19th century. The critical thing is to use the technologies we have and to incentivise the development of new ones. That is the only practical way we will make this thing work."
Well, he's partly right. The market will do the "incentivisation". Government subsidies for wind farms and other eco-wibble are not needed, thanks very much.