Brisbane Courier Mail awarded moonbat status
GLOBAL warming is not a crisis that respects national or state borders. What harm each of Earth's inhabitants does to the atmosphere affects every other individual on the planet.
Happily, the reverse is also true: every effort, no matter how small, to reduce carbon emissions will help out the entire globe.
Our state, with less than 20 per cent of the Australian population, creates almost 30 per cent of the nation's greenhouse gas emissions.
Queenslanders, therefore, bear a special responsibility to think and act smarter about power use in the home.
That is why The Courier-Mail is proud to get behind the One Degree program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Our children's future depends on it.
Just to clarify, Australia produces 1.5% of global emissions. Queensland's contribution is therefore about 0.3%. Reduce it all the way to zero and it will make not a bit of difference to "global warming" (which, by the way, seems not to be playing ball and stopped nearly a decade ago). Yawn.
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