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Australia to Combat Climate Change Madness Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Dec 30, 2013, 09:37 PM

Prime Minister Tony Abbott of Australia, a Conservative, has launched a campaign to promote stronger business values and to combat pesky environmentalists.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, "In an opinion piece in The Australian newspaper, Newman, the Prime Minister's pick as head of his Business Advisory Council, claimed high energy costs caused by the carbon tax and the renewable energy target, introduced under the Howard government, had eroded Australia's competitiveness."

Mr. Newman is quoted as writing that, "Climate change madness ... has been a major factor in the decimation of our manufacturing industry."

As reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, "Under Labor and the Greens, Australia had been taken "hostage" by "climate change madness" he wrote."

Newman added, "It is the unprecedented cost of energy, driven by the Renewable Energy Target and carbon tax, which at the margin, has destroyed our competitiveness."

To read the entire article from the Sydney Morning Herald, link here:

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written by DavidNutzuki , January 02, 2014

Who will warn the world that a coming climate crisis will now actually happen because science refuses to agree on anything beyond; “could be” a crisis? Prove us wrong and prove the consensus believes it will be a crisis as you doomers do.
Find us one single IPCC warning that agrees beyond “could be and isn't swimming in “maybes”.

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