Joined: June 2006
Your opening salvo had "agenda" written all over it. The ones who declaim the loudest about not having an agenda are the ones most likely to have one--you protest too much, in other words.
There are two varieties of denialists when it comes to global warming--those who deny that it's happening at all, and those who acknowledge it but deny anthropogenic causes.
Your question, if I understand it, is whether or not a person who acknowledges anthropogenic global warming but doesn't want to take "drastic" measures in response to it may be considered a denialist. Perhaps, but in a completely different discussion and context. Note that your reference to "drastic" measures connotes a bit of an agenda in itself.
Evolution is not about laws but about randomness on happanchance.--Robert Byers, at PT