Do climate sceptics really deserve to be executed because of Typhoon Haiyan? – Telegraph Blogs
James Delingpole is a writer, journalist and broadcaster who is right about everything. He is the author of numerous fantastically entertaining books, including his most recent work Watermelons: How the Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing Your Children's Future, also available in the US, and in Australia as Killing the Earth to Save It. His website is www.jamesdelingpole.com.
Similarly, the Telegraph's Brendan O'Neill criticises the 'eco-vultures' crowing 'We told you so':
Environmentalism won't save people from typhoons like in the Philippines. The precise opposite will: industry – Telegraph Blogs
Brendan O'Neill is editor of the online magazine spiked and is a columnist for the Big Issue in London and The Australian in, er, Australia. His satire on environmentalism, Can I Recycle My Granny and 39 Other Eco-Dilemmas, is published by Hodder & Stoughton. He doesn't tweet.
There are commentators at the Telegraph with other perspectives, however:
Typhoon Haiyan 'the result of climate change' - Telegraph
Nature sent a cyclone – man made it worse – Telegraph Blogs
Tom Chivers is the Telegraph's assistant comment editor. He writes mainly on science. Read older posts by Tom here.The truth behind Typhoon Haiyan - Telegraph
Have Australia's wildfires sent Tony Abbott's climate policies up in smoke? – Telegraph Blogs
Geoffrey Lean is Britain's longest-serving environmental correspondent, having pioneered reporting on the subject almost 40 years ago.
With the Prime Minister himself weighing into the debate:
David Cameron: Philippines typhoon 'could be linked to climate change' - Telegraph
David Cameron inflames climate change row | The Times
David Cameron says evidence is ‘growing’ for climate change link to storms after Typhoon Haiyan - UK Politics - UK - The Independent
Cameron links typhoon Haiyan to climate change | Environment | The Guardian.