The piece goes on to sight a number of groups that Koch gets money to.
• More than $5 million to Americans for Prosperity Foundation(AFP) for its nationwide “Hot Air Tour”3 campaign to spreading misinformation about climate science and opposing clean energy and climate legislation.
• Over $1 million to the Cato Institute, which disputes the scientific evidence behind global warming, questions the rationale for taking climate action, and has been heavily involved in spinning the recent ClimateGate story.
The Green Peace article also points to a connection between Koch and ExxonMobil. Exonmobil was heavily invested in disputing climate change during the last administration. They have since been out spent by Koch. Koch incidentally is one of the largest private companies in the United States. Pulling in over 100 Billion a year. Yes, I meant billion. Because their private they fly under the radar most of the time. They own companies like Brawny® paper towels and Dixie® cups, produced by its subsidiary Georgia-Pacific Corporation.
Looks like Green Peace decided to fire the first shot on this one.
Notice the elaborate set and production costs that this blurb (below) is using to make a very weak argument. They miss the point again by concentrating on small variations that may indicate man has some influence - with data that looks suspiciously like the now discredited hockey stick graph. The issue at hand is will it be a bad thing and should we wreck our economy in a futile attempt to change the climate. The Warmists are using small variations in their proofs but still talking alarmism in their PR campaigns. Perhaps David should walk a little farther back in time to see if these variations are indeed significant.