Another film worth a look, in two parts, via Power Line (thanks). Part One:
Spend the 47 minutes to have a look. Fred Barnes quotes Mr. Hayward here:
It's important to note than Hayward, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, is not a global warming denier. "Much of what Vice President Gore says about climate change is correct," Hayward says in the film. "The planet is warming. Human beings are playing a substantial role in that warming." Beyond that, however, he disagrees sharply with Gore.
"The problem with Vice President Gore and other global warming extremists is that they distort the science, grossly exaggerate the risks, argue that anyone who disagrees with them is corrupt, and suggest that solutions are easy and cheap," Hayward says. "And that's an all too convenient fiction."
I think I'd rephrase the first paragraph slightly, particularly given some of the things he discusses in the film. "The planet seems to be warming. Human beings may be playing a substantial role in that warming, but there are too many unknowns currently to be definitive."