Find a way 'to do better'
The holding of a climate change forum while three thousand men and women are in the fire front line is an shameful opportunistic use of the current fires.
The forum is yet another green propaganda session taking advantage of the bush fires.
Mr Dunlop is no doubt an esteemed speaker. One hopes he expresses the view of the united nations climate panel are of - the view that even if Australia moves to zero emissions it will not make any difference to climate change.
Australian leaders are moving to renewable energy, however, the greens know renewable energy has a higher production costs, in South Australia blackouts and 20 per cent percent increase in bills.
South Australia is looking to connect to the NSW grid by way of a connector cable.
To their credit the greens have moved climate change front and centre albeit in a crude manner.
The time has come to form a panel of experts outside the Parliament to advance renewable energy, options and technology.
It is no use preaching climate change if you have a mobile phone, go home and turn the lights on, and drive your cars. Mining is what supplies the components, to the above.
Let's all work together to find a way to do it better.
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Driving business to the wall
The Morrison government often touts itself as a champion of small business.
So how does it explain what it is doing to the small company which helps me stay at home by providing many hours of care each day?
My NDIS funding has run out before the end of my plan and the NDIS will not pay for the care between the expiry of my old plan and the beginning of my new one.
Because of their own maladministration and funding cuts (the NDIS budget was reallocated to create the all-important Budget Surplus) this company has been expected to provide my care for two weeks unpaid.
Does the Liberal/National Party government not understand that by taking away all income from a company for this period is enough to drive it to the wall?