|Well meaning but misguided.|
Liberals believe in the AGW hoax.
Yes. There's a big difference between inaction, which is unacceptable, and bad action.
Inaction AND bad action are BOTH unacceptable; both waste money on a falsified CAGW hypothesis.
Well talking about figures, I’m still wondering what it’s all for. Professor Roger Jones, right, he’s an Australian and he’s a warmist, he reckons the cut in emissions that you and Labor both plan work out best at a cut in temperature of four thousandth of one degree by 2100, four thousandth of one degree, he is right isn’t he?
“three billion over four years, you must have thought what am I getting as a consequence of that about four thousandth of one degree?”
Can you explain to me why, and I always ask the question of you whenever I see you as you know…
And I always try to ask that of the Government when they don’t come into the studio anyway. But why is that I don’t get an answer anyway on that? I mean it’s quite a, scientists have got the figure, and they put it out there, this is the difference you will make and you guys never tell us, yes or no.
The answer is we will make a difference of 155 million tonnes…
No in temperature.
Acting alone the difference is minimal but…
Everyone watching us now has just seen me asking you the question a couple of times and everyone watching this now has seen you dodge it and they will say he’s not answering it.
That’s what really strikes me, why do politicians never answer the very basic question. For all this pain what is the gain in temperature?
Keep BOTH the bastards honest.MALCOLM Turnbull says Tony Abbott's direct action plan could cost taxpayers $18 billion a year by 2050, declaring it's only "fair dinkum" to admit the scheme will be funded by the budget.Costing the opposition's policy at a carbon price of $15 a tonne, a figure supplied by Coalition environment spokesman Greg Hunt, Mr Turnbull said the plan would cost $2.1 billion a year to achieve a 5 per cent cut in emissions by 2020.
Cutting emissions by 80 per cent by 2050, as urged by scientists, would be a “formidable” objective, he said.
“If that were to be achieved by the government buying offsets or otherwise directly paying for abatement the cost would be enormous - at $15 a tonne it would amount to an $18 billion annual cost to the budget,” Mr Turnbull said.
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