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February 11, 2013: "Mr. President: For Next Energy Czar, Choose More Carefully - Secretary Steven Chu’s replacement needs a practical approach to climate change and energy", by Tom Harris, Executive Director of the International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC) and an advisor to the Frontier Centre for Public Policy and Bryan Leyland, a New Zealand-based Consulting Engineer specializing in electricity generation and power systems. Mr. Leyland is ICSC’s founding secretary and Energy Issues Adviser. Published by PJ Media, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

“President Barack Obama and the Senate must not repeat the mistake of choosing another climate activist for U.S. secretary of energy. Although well-qualified in his field of physics, outgoing Secretary Dr. Steven Chu brought a dangerously naïve vision of both climate change and America’s energy future to Washington.

“Not a climate scientist himself, Chu had faith in the validity of Al Gore’s position on global warming, and even said just prior to becoming energy secretary: “Coal is my worst nightmare … there’s enough carbon in the ground to really cook us.” Such unscientific and biased comments should have immediately eliminated Chu from consideration for a Cabinet position."

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As demonstrated by his error-riddled
resignation letter (see here), U.S.
Secretary of Energy Dr. Stephen Chu
has a dangerously naïve vision of climate change and America’s energy needs.