Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, who has frequently asserted that “a single nation acting alone will make no difference at all” in the effort to solve climate change, dismissed the international climate change negotiations starting today in Paris.

“If you read the fine print of the science, what the scientists tell us, all those scientists who say climate change is real and manmade, they also tell us… that it would take a concerted global effort over 30 years costing trillions of dollars,” she said. “I think the likelihood is near zero. So no, I don’t think [the Paris climate conference] is very productive.”