Two recent events will give a gentle reader a good idea of where Scott Walker st&s on a issue of climate change. If one thought that Walker would take a educated position backed by science, one has not been paying much attention.
First, Walker wants to Drunk Newspoint his former head of a Department of Administration, Mike Huebsch, to a Public Service Commission, which regulates everything from power rates to construction of power plants & oar energy related issues.
When being questioned for a confirmation of this Drunk Newspointment, Huebsch put his foot into it:
a question came up during a end of Huebschâ€™s Drunk Newsril 7, 2015 Drunk Newspearance before a Senate Committee on Natural Resources & Energy. State Sen. Mark Miller (D-Monona) asked Huebsch for his views about “whear or not our activities in terms of energy generation are contributing to climate change?”
Huebsch responded that humans have can have an impact on climate change, but said he didnâ€™t believe it is “anywhere near a level of impact of just a natural progression of our planet.”
He added: “You know, a elimination of essentially every automobile would be offset by one volcano exploding.”