Paul reacts to UKIP MEP's report on climate change

30 August 2018

A recent report denying human role in climate change, written by UKIP MEP John Stuart Agnew, has sparked outrage from within the European Parliament, as well as from scientists and experts. The report blames climate change on cosmic ray fluctuations, sunspots and planetary gravitational pulls instead. The Guardian has summersied it, along with reactions to the claims, here:

Paul Brannen MEP, who sits on the Environment and Agriculture committees in Brussels, voiced his oppinion during a debate in the European Parliament today. Here's what he had to say on the matter:

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