During the December 2015 Paris climate conference Daniel Hannan wrote on his website of "the miracle of cheap fossil fuels." He also used to write a column for The Telegraph including several questioning the science on climate change. For example, in December 2009 he wrote an article entitled "Climate Change: The case for scepticism". In this, he writes: "I think the world is warming (I especially dislike the phase 'climate change denial': no one, as far as I’m aware, is positing climate stasis). And it may well be that human activity is playing some part in the process, although probably not to the degree claimed by some climate change professionals. ... I also tend to agree with Nigel Lawson that adaptation would be more effective and cheaper than a programme of greenhouse gas reductions which, even according to its proponents, would slow global warming by only around 0.2 degrees."