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Australian Climate Madness

Monday, July 6, 2009

Al Gore in Melbourne - 13 July 2009

Those readers in Melbourne are invited by the Climate Sceptics Party to attend a protest against Al Gore's Safe Climate breakfast next Monday.
Press Release - The Climate Sceptics
Monday 6th July, 2009

Those attending the "Safe Climate" 7am breakfast with Al Gore on Monday July 13th will be met by a peaceful educational protest where they will be greeted by signs showing graphs and reasons why CO2 is not the main cause of climate change.

Leon Ashby, president of the new political party "The Climate Sceptics" is organising the event for anyone doubting CO2 is the cause of climate changes to attend and put their voice to say the science is not settled and a proper debate must occur before any country signs up to an emissions trading scheme.

The centenary medal recipient for services to the environment will lead the educational protest calling for Al Gore to admit his movie contained significant factual errors and, since Arctic ice is now back at 1980 levels and the Earth has stopped warming, the idea that rising CO2 causes runaway global warming is false.

Mr Ashby is asking for members of the public who are doubtful that human carbon emissions are causing catastrophic global warming to join the protest with their own placards. Leaflets with 10 questions that Al Gore needs to answer will be handed to those attending the breakfast with Al Gore.

Anyone wanting to attend the protest can visit The Climate Sceptics web site (www.climatesceptics.com.au) for more details or meet on Harbor Esplanade outside Etihad Stadium in Melbourne Docklands at 6.15 am on Monday 13th July.

www.climatesceptics.com.au
contact: info@climatesceptics.com.au
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Steve Murphy
The Climate Sceptics - advocating open scientific debate.
www.climatesceptics.com.au

2 Comments:

  • I would love to be there for this protest, but 5000 miles is a bit pricey for me. I hope this is a big success, make sure the media covers the protest otherwise it will not mean anything. Go baby.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At July 6, 2009 at 11:39 PM  

  • I'd like to attend but I'll be in the Australian Alps on the 13th (I'm expecting a blizzard)

    By Blogger John, At July 11, 2009 at 8:19 AM  

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