“Malcolm Turnbull’s Murray Darling Basin plan has failed and must be abolished.
Australia is arid, but smart use of dams would ensure water for everyone.
Anti-development policies, land-use sterilisation, climate alarmism and green law-fare are destroying the future.
Reset the demand for reliable & affordable electricity
It was the largest liberty event in Australia.
Australian voters rejected climate alarmism, who's next?
So let us see no more anti-coal caravans, hear no more climate propaganda and replace Pied Piper Processions with hard science education.
BY JOANNE NOVA: Austalia's Labor Party tried to make the election all about global warming. The voters said No!
Every day, vested interests, toxic environmentalists and green alarmists (often foreign-funded or tax-exempted) are using every worry they can discover or invent to break the backbone of Australia.
By Todd Royal When understanding and examining energy storage for wide-scale, societal deployment that is scalable, affordable and reliable needs to include these factors: energy security, renewable power production and cyber security. At this time energy storage doesn’t meet any of these criteria.
Even committed Green Disciples with a huge Tesla battery in their garage soon found that their battery was flat and that there was no solar energy to recharge it.
"The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) initially claimed the adjustments were part of its quality control procedures. But bureau chief executive Andrew Johnson later told Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg that investigations had found a number of cold-weather stations were not “fit for purpose” and would be replaced."
Did Aussie temperature records change from a slight cooling trend to one of “dramatic warming” over the past century?
“The folks here in Sydney ate it up!,” exclaimed organizer Jim Simpson. “The turnout was much bigger than we expected, and from those I chatted with afterward everyone gave it high marks for being both factual and entertaining. We’re already looking forward to the sequel!”
Large audiences in Melbourne and Brisbane flocked to the screening of CFACT’s film over the last few days, and the reactions have been nothing short of glowing.