You quote Thomas Friedman of "The New York Times" as stating that "[t]he problem of climate change will be solved by engineers and scientists, not bureaucrats..." I doubt that that will be Friedman's last self-sufficient comment. It most certainly isn't his first personal contribution to global warming. He is by no means a careful thinker. The idea that capitalism depends solely on Schumpeterian innovators unhampered by any central authority was playfully concocted by Lewis Carroll. In point of fact, capitalism requires a regulatory framework--a host of bureaucratic signals, if you will--wherein investment decisions can be made with less uncertainty than under a mythical laissez-faire market. Your newspaper could easily find talented commentators in Israel, Europe, Australia or the United States who would make it patently clear that Thomas Friedman need not be quoted.
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from the article: Failures of the UN Climate Conference will be solved by science