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Australian Climate Madness

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Public sector go ape over weather station cuts

The Bureau of Meteorology is converting a number of weather stations to single-person or computerised operation, which seems a reasonable decision, given the fact that a considerable number of stations worldwide are now remotely monitored. However, it unfortunately gives the Community and Public Sector Union the opportunity to wheel out the "climate change" line:
"Climate change is arguably the biggest challenge the Federal Government and decision makers face," the union's national president, Louise Persse, said.

"The decisions our leaders make need to be evidence-based. Now is not the time to be cutting jobs and slashing funding in an area critical to meeting this massive challenge. What we need are the best people working with the best technology to ensure we achieve the best outcomes in the fight against climate change."

Read it here.


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