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Climate skeptics raising money for their own 'Inconvenient Truth'


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211686-climate-skeptics-want-own-inconvenient-truthThe Hill:

A conservative group is launching a fundraising effort to produce a documentary that would offer the climate skeptic's perspective on global warming.


The Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) announced the documentary project at a climate skeptic conference in Las Vegas that wraps up Wednesday, Mashable reports.


CFACT's film titled "The Climate Hustle" has raised roughly $12,000 from over 130 backers. According to the film's website, the group's first fundraising goal is $50,000. If it hits that target in the next six weeks, then the project will set another goal of $200,000 to cover production costs for the film.

The venture comes eight years after Al Gore released his Academy Award-winning climate change documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth."


The response project is spearheaded by political strategist Marc Morano, who was dubbed the "king of skeptics" by Newsweek, and "climate misinformer of the year" by Media Matters, according to the website for the film.


Morano previously worked for Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) a staunch opponent of climate change policies in Congress.Scissors-32x32.png

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