Lord Christopher Monckton, who describes himself as the “high priest of climate scepticism,” says there will be an investigation, and a conviction, if “Al baby” Gore said anything during a weekend visit to a “green” conference in Gibraltar that could be construed as advocating for the financial interests of his company, Generations Investment Management.Lord Monckton was being interviewed on Blogtalk radio by Mark Gillar and he threw out his oft repeated challenge for a debate:
While the company remains largely out of the public view, its interests apparently lie in the financial benefits that could emerge should global warming regulations be imposed and so-called “carbon credits” become an issue.
Those essentially are suggested by environmentalists to be amounts of carbon emissions that would be allowed for various activities, such as manufacturing. They could be traded or purchased and sold.
“Al baby, if you’re listening to this, I’m still here. I’m still willing to debate, but you’re not."