Our government continues to focus on the supposedly horrendous cost of climate action without mentioning the benefits
by David Spratt and Ian Dunlop, first published by The Guardian
The first duty of a government is to protect the people. There is no greater threat than climate disruption as the world heads to 3C or more warming, possibly by mid-century, yet the prime minister is unwilling to explain the implications.
Asked by Zali Steggall in parliament recently about the costs of 3C of warming, Scott Morrison replied that “we do understand there are costs associated with climate change”, but was incapable of saying what they were.