Aboriginal Leader, Warren Mundine Demands End to the Madness: Australia’s Renewable Policy Punishing the Poorest & Most VulnerablePosted: April 12, 2017
“While billions of people are desperate to get the lights on, Australia distorts its electricity market, driving households into darkness. It is time for our leaders to end this madness.”
The LITERAL decstruction of South Australia, its people and its economy, ALL in the name of “look at me”, “save the planet”, virtue signalling insanity.
A few weeks back we reported on a very timely call by an Australian Aboriginal leader, Warren Mundine for Australians to grow up and go Nuclear.
Warren isn’t about to let up. Clearly worried about the miserable future being laid out for the poorest and most vulnerable Australians, Warren is, quite rightly, demanding an end to the suicidal renewable policies that are punishing those who can least afford it.
Australia making a needless rush into power poverty: Energy debacle
Australian Financial Review
Nyunggai Warren Mundine
5 April 2017
You’ve heard of income inequality. Get used to energy inequality, the gap between those who can and can’t afford electricity.
About 1.2 billion people don’t have electricity, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and developing Asia. It’s no coincidence they’re among the world’s poorest regions. Cheap, abundant energy drives economic growth.
But energy poverty isn’t confined to developing economies. Over 2.3 million British…
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“shallow coral were increasingly vulnerable to deadly desiccation during more extreme sea level drops when warm waters slosh toward the Americas during an El Niño.”
A must read to educate and prevent further misleading great barrier reef hysteria and subsequent ad-hoc and misguided Coral conservation policies…
Guest essay by Jim Steele
Director emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University and author of Landscapes & Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism
It is puzzling why the recent 2017 publication in Nature, Global Warming And Recurrent Mass Bleaching Of Corals by Hughes et al. ignored the most critical factor affecting the 2016 severe bleaching along the northern Great Barrier Reef – the regional fall in sea level amplified by El Niño. Instead Hughes 2017 suggested the extensive bleaching was due to increased water temperatures induced by CO2 warming.
In contrast in Coral Mortality Induced by the 2015–2016 El-Niño in Indonesia: The Effect Of Rapid Sea Level Fall by Ampou 2017, Indonesian biologists had reportedthat a drop in sea level had bleached the upper 15 cm of the reefs before temperatures had reached NOAA’ Coral Reef Watch’s bleaching thresholds. As discussed by Ampou 2017, the…
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