Ros Donald of the Carbon Brief talks about sceptics in this recent YouTube video.
I like the bit where she criticises George Osborne for saying that green measures are loading consumers with cost "as if it were fact".
(I think he said this because it is fact, something that she acknowledges later in the talk when she says says that the cost increases due to gas prices changes are larger than those due to green costs. Ergo green prices are loading consumers with costs.)
Some familiarity with the concept of a controllable cost might help Ms Donald's understanding of these issues I think.
Also raising a wry smile was the bit where she equates conservatism and authoritarianism; the bit where she seemed to criticise sceptics for the underhand tactic of using scientific arguments was laugh-out-loud stuff though:
Scientific arguments are part of sceptics' reserve of rhetorical currency.