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To achieve our aim of having a MP who follows the science on climate change, we need to learn how to best influence the electorate.
Australia is lagging most developed countries in vaccinating the population against Covid-19. Foolish sceptical statements by Craig Kelly MP have been part of the problem.
Show Your Stripes scarves remind Australia’s parliamentarians of how much the world is warming.
Mathias Cormann’s statements as head of OECD conflict with hsi record in the Australian Government. What’s going on?
The government has announced it will fund a new gas-fired power station in the Hunter Valley but its reasons are flawed and dishonest.
Photos and thoughts from the school strike for climate. Our government is worse than useless. Let’s vote in independents who will act.
A brief analysis of the Electroverse website shows that it has little credibility on matters relating to climate and the future.
Wind farms Do kill birds, but are a very much smaller threat than many other human activities. Technoloogy is reducing the threat.
Independent MP Zali Steggall’s bill offers hope that Australia might at last begin to play its part in combatting climate change.
Craig Kelly misrepresents the facts on the relative carbon emissions of China and Australia. Australia is one of the worst carbon emitters in the world per capita.
NSW Treasury report outlines future costs of natural disasters, heatwaves, sea level rise and lost farm production, caused by climate change.
Craig Kelly totally misreads two graphs, which means his conclusions are worthless.
Craig Kelly MP has posted on 3 matters that he has discussed before, and are (again) misleading. Here is a quick explanation why.
Craig Kelly criticises the Bureau of Meteorology for being “warmist” when the facts show BoM is right and Mr Kelly is not.
A recent Craig Kelly comment about renewable energy is misleading and shows he has a poor understanding.
February 2021 was cooler than February 2020. Does that indicate that “global cooling” is occurring as Craig Kelly suggests?
Renewable energy is no longer a luxury we cannot afford, but is cheaper as well as safer and better for the world.
I examine four sources that provide the information for many of Craig Kelly’s climate posts, and find them all unreliable.
Craig Kelly draws some faulty conclusions from a graph we he ignores the data that goes against his claims.
Is a cold month in UK a sign of the start of a period of global cooling, as Craig Kelly suggests? Almost certainly not. Find out why.
The US President’s climate action plan shows the way for weak-willed governments around the world.
Acknowledgment of country and the sad fact that this is a day of mourning for our First Nations people.
I have no medical expertise, but I have tried to factually review the findings of the experts, to assess Craig Kelly’s claims about Covid-19 treatments.
Global temperature data for 2020 show that the occasional cold weather events highlighted by Craig Kelly are anomalies. His emphasis misrepresents the data.
Craig Kelly’s post about climate science and climate-related deaths illustrates four ways NOT to use data.
Is there a real threat of a cabal of global leaders forcing a Great Reset on us and taking away our private property, as Craig Kelly says?
Climate change denial these days is often based on conspiracy theories. Here are some explanations of why conspiracy theories are believed.
Craig Kelly criticises Australia for doing more about climate change than China, when in fact we are doing less.
Craig Kelly debunks another alarmist myth – but he’s misunderstood what climate science predicts.
Craig Kelly ignores key evidence that shows climate change is badly affecting many Pacific islands, and also ignores the plight of people whose homes and way of life are threatened.
Craig Kelly alleges fraud when some climate records are changed, but the evidence indicates that the changes are justified corrections. His claims don’t stand up.
My submission to support Zali Steggall’s bill.
Craig Kelly has misrepresented facts about cranberry harvesting and to make incorrect claims about climate science.
Will achieving net zero emissions make meat “unaffordable” as Craig Kelly claims? Not likely, if you understand “net zero”.
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