Victorian Governor wades in on "climate change"
In a speech to an environmental sustainability conference at Monash University, Professor [David] de Kretser suggested a carbon tax might be a more effective weapon in the fight against global warming [surely "climate change" - Ed] because it would drive high-polluting developing countries towards renewable energy.
Because clearly we have runaway global warming:
And inevitably, the bottom line is more regulation to stifle our economy to fight this non-existent threat:
He called on individual Australians to reduce their "environmental footprint", and on governments to legislate "to change people's lifestyle".
i.e. to return Western civilisation to the Dark Ages.
Read it here.