BOM defends data to One Nation senator
The Bureau of Meteorology has again been accused by a One Nation senator of changing its data so it fits in with the narrative of climate change extremists. The head of Australia's weather agency has fended off questions from One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts suggesting the bureau has changed data to fit a climate change narrative.Senator Roberts has taken issue with a graph which he says can no longer be accessed on the Bureau of Meteorology's website, which had outlined the number of "very hot days" from 1920 to 2015.
The movement for a Clean Energy Revolution is diverse. More than a dozen focused contingents, including anti-nuclear fuels, peace and climate justice, and renewable energy solutions participated in the march. The march and related lead-up events generated hundreds of media stories
Labor senator Sam Dastyari has warned there is something "fundamentally wrong and rotten" with Australia' s entire political system, claiming there Senator Sam Dastyari(ALP) lashes out at the “utter control” of federal politics by 10 major corporations as an “unprecedented concentration of corporate
Greens Senator Nick McKim has hit out at Anthony Albanese’s push for a clean energy-driven jobs boom, telling Sky News that Labor needs to focus on a “policy that actually reflects and responds to that climate science” instead.
The Tasmanian senator’s comments come as Labor leader Anthony Albanese prepares to deliver a speech in Perth on Tuesday, where he will push the case for a 'clean energy revolution' that promotes job creation, without jeopardising traditional industries like coal.
Despite Anthony Albanese’s first vision statement as opposition leader, Mr McKim said “there’s not a lot to see here” from Labor.
“The climate science is abundantly clear - we need to stop digging up coal and burning it to generate electricity,” Mr McKim said.
“Until Labor have a policy that actually reflects and responds to that climate science, they still cannot claim to be taking action on climate change.”
'This may be the start of the revolution against enemies of free speech' .
Sky News host Andrew Bolt thinks “a revolution against… these sanctimonious finger-wagging enemies of free speech”, may be beginning. Mr Bolts comments followed Labor frontbencher Clare O'Neil's speech about where the party had gone wrong and what it should be doing in the future. Ms O’Neil encouraged “progressives” to refrain from dismissing people with different views as incorrect or unintelligent.“Today, Labor frontbencher Clare O'Neil is giving a speech urging Labor to push back against political correctness,” Mr Bolt said. “More and more, you're hearing of people who've had enough”.