Mtpolitics has been exercised, here and here, about the composition of the Montana Climate Change Advisory Committee. Craig argues that committee members were tilted toward accepting the notion of human-caused climate change and that the Montana media have failed to adequately document this fact.
But he seems to be missing an important point. The committee wasn't appointed to look into the question of whether humans cause global warming. As the governor's letter calling for creation of the committee made clear, the purpose of the committee was to "identify ways in which we can reduce our collective greenhouse gas emissions while saving money, conserving energy and promoting our economy."
The governor's argument is that cutting greenhouse gases is good business. That may be arguable, but an advisory committee probably isn't the place to have that argument. How having someone like, say, Dan McGee serving on the committee would help achieve its goals is beyond me.