Australia introduces new climate law
People often call you a “climate denier” when you criticize this stupid, unaffordable policy that benefits only the very rich and is otherwise useless.
If Co2 is the biggest problem, plant trees en masse? As many of those free Co2 guzzlers as possible, and more green.
But no, because trees grow by themselves. Trees do not depend on the government. So trees are not interesting.
Over the past 100 years, the global temperature has risen on average by 1.4%, according to TV scientists.
Is that a good thing? A bad thing? What should we measure that against? Is it just mother nature or is it assumed that the average temperature should be level? Or is there a self-invented limit?
Isn't it better to anticipate against the whims of mother nature such as building dikes instead of this jerked "transition" to a CO2 free society, whatever that may be?
They don't care. They absolutely do not believe that climate change is a threat. The only thing they are terrified of is a awake, united people who see through the nonsense.
In Australia, the first climate lockdown is 'in the making': https://t.co/ZYsbrYGbuf
- Thierry Baudet (@thierrybaudet) June 3, 2022
Back in lockdown?
Climate Minister Susan Close introduces the Climate Emergency Act, passed tonight, reaffirming the urgent need to decarbonise the South Australian economy and switch to renewable energy sources. (in short, you are going to pay big for petrol as a punishment, you have to get through inflation for a while, we have to break you down until the fairytale has come true to come to our new normal.
Minister Close last year submitted a petition with more than 10.000 signatures from South Australians demanding immediate action on climate change.
10.0?? This just means that the people are this puke tired of this madness. It's just how you look at it, isn't it?
The Malinauskas government is committed to serious action on climate change, including building a hydrogen plant and restoring environmental flows to the Murray River.
Ten years of inaction and climate culture wars by federal and state liberals have left Australia heavily exposed to the effects of climate change, as well as a barrier to investment in the renewable energy sector.
South Australia cannot afford to wait any longer for real action on climate change.
The most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change confirms that global average temperatures. The report showed that as early as 1910, some parts of Australia had recorded higher average temperatures of 1,4°C and a significant drop in rainfall in South Australia, with further decreases in annual rainfall expected.
Attributed to Susan Close
“We really need to focus on supporting projects and policies that are climate-friendly and drive the growth of resilient, low-carbon businesses.”
“The Malinauskas government will position South Australia to capitalize on the global need to rapidly reduce emissions.”
“Labour sees the climate crisis as an opportunity for employment, especially in regions where many sustainable projects are located.”
“Our industry-leading hydrogen jobs plan will help power green manufacturing in South Australia, create jobs and deliver clean energy.”
“After years of liberal inaction on climate change, it is time to act and that starts with recognizing the gravity of the climate crisis.”
Oh, and never forget one thing. You and I are to blame. Always.