Not me. Though I agree with much of Make more political space in climate change discussions which is DO re-posting his own comment at P3, and the David Mitchell video is pretty good too, one of the best I’ve seen.
I am worried about lazily assuming climate change just happens to support your political view. Right-wing laziness is its mirror: reject the science rather than think about political solutions that would work
is an excellent point. I’ve seen it said – often, and correctly – that there is a right-leaning-libertarian-ish school of thought that goes “global warming, if it were a problem, would require govt intervention to solve, and I oppose govt, therefore the science of GW must be wrong”. But there is also a left-leaning-grauniadista school that goes something like “I like govt intervention and dislike cars, therefore the most dire predictions of GW must be true” and this view is equally false.