Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Patrick Moore Profiled in the Wall Street Journal

Today's Wall Street Journal profiles our friend, Dr. Patrick Moore of Greenspirit Strategies, and highlights his support of nuclear energy.

That's a current picture at inset. And believe it or not, that's Dr. Moore under the "P" in Greenpeace in the larger photo.

My how things change.

And other folks are beginning to notice.

UPDATE: To read the views of others following Dr. Moore's story, click here.

4 comments:

Matthew66 said...

Until there is a leadership coup at Greenpeace, we needn't expect any change in their attitude toward nuclear energy. Same is true of Friends of the Earth, the Sierra Club etc.

Brian Mays said...

Of course. The most likely and desirable scenario is that they (like NIRS) continue to become increasingly irrelevant.

Norris McDonald said...

Invisible once again.

gunter said...

oh, did you intentionally leave NIRS out of the conversion to nuclear power's second coming?

You guys forget, actually, if you think its about "leadership coup," you don't have a clue; good leadership makes sense and has the trust and support of its clued up mass membership.

You think "Greenpeace" for clear cut logging or toxic dumping is going to build a mass movement? Ask Mr. Moore how he's doing on that one.

Same's true of his phony "Go Nukes" ad scheme-concocted and funded from the polluters' boardrooms.

If Mr. Moore had a book title to his credit at least we could try to get him on the Colbert Report.

How's "Our Friend the Atom: The Rerun"?

Think he'd be interested? NEI can ghost write it, right?

gunter, nirs