I'm in Bonn, Germany at the UN Climate Change Conference all week long, reporting what I see from outside the fenced off perimeter.
The UN won't let me in.
They say my one question to a Canadian delegate last year was "harassment." That's really laughable because I know that my skeptical reporting, as opposed to the fawning coverage the mainstream media produces, is the real reason I'm not allowed inside the UN's annual enormous fossil fuelled party.
Joining me this week is Wolfgang Muller. He's the General Secretary of the German climate skeptic organization The European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) and a Senior Advisor to the climate change programme of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT).
Muller is a climate change skeptic who has been on the inside of a few of these conferences, including Paris, and he has a lot to say about what goes on behind closed doors at these big budget environmentalist get togethers.