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GLOBAL WARMING & UNCERTAINTY - WHAT'S THE APPROPRIATE RESPONSE?

Posted 3 October 2009

"My view is that there are fundamental faults in the science used to justify mitigatory action by governments; that claims of a consensus on the IPCC science have no credibility and that account is not taken of the long history of faulty analyses by scientists; that examination of the temperature and CO2 concentrations data indicates little or no causal connection between changes in the two.....Whatever the origins of the argument for extensive government intervention to reduce emissions of CO2, it has now become a political objective for those who want to increase the role of government in society. Vote ETS for bigger government." Des Moore, former Deputy Secretary of Australian Treasury, addressing the Economic Society.

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Last Updated ( Friday, 02 October 2009 )
 
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