Reina Hill has “got it wrong” in castigating Councillor Allan Brown’s comments on Melbourne University’s research on sea level rise.
Cr Brown was complaining that the interviewers were not given a diversity of people with differing views to interview and were only directed to selected groups who “agreed” with the climate change industry and sea level rise.
In fact, the research is aimed at compiling the views of those affected by state and federal government sea level rise policy, how it has affected their lives and how and who will share the responsibility of either protecting their properties or compensating them for the loss of both amenity and value of their properties.
The results of their research will be reported to the federal government, which is deeply concerned with the ramifications of policies tied to climate change and sea level rise policies.
Contrary to Ms Hill’s view, many Australians do not embrace human-induced climate change or the carbon tax.
I have lived in the Eurobodalla since 1965 and the sea level is the same now as it was then.
I simply cannot fathom the level rising by more than 10mm every year between now and 2050.
The scientists and populace, who have not been led like sheep believing the climate change industry theories, are not heretics but as with all thinkers, simply question the legitimacy of the theory perpetrated by this industry.
Keith Dance, Moruya