Thousands of bankers, investors, business journalists and just plain fans will flock to Omaha, Neb., on Saturday in a yearly pilgrimage to glean insight from the world’s most famous investor: Warren Buffett.
What they are unlikely to get is any guiding wisdom on climate change, even though the world’s most famous climate scientist, James Hansen, will be among the attendees pushing for it.
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