Sydney City Council Seeks Hotcoldwetdry Resolution Or Something

Perhaps the good Warmists on the council should consider that all the ‘climate change’ legislation and supporters just lost big time (again) during the recent Australia elections

‘Emergency’: Sydney council seeks climate declaration

City of Sydney councillors will vote next week on a plan to declare climate change as posing a “serious risk” to residents, and that it should be treated as a national emergency.

Lord mayor Clover Moore will ask the council to demand the Morrison government responds by re-introducing a price on carbon and to establish a “Just Transition Authority” to assist employees to exit fossil fuel industries.

“Successive federal governments have shamefully presided over a climate disaster, and now we are at a critical juncture – we face a climate emergency,” Cr Moore said in a statement.

Assuming the vote succeeds, the City of Sydney will become one of more than 600 jurisdictions in 13 countries to have declared a climate emergency, according to the International Climate Emergency Forum.

And this will do what, exactly? The city is dependent on fossil fuels. They obtain large portions of their revenue from fossil fueled travel, be it from tourism from within Australia or from without. They have all the ports for international shipping. What is the plan?

The motion calls on the federal government to respond urgently to the climate emergency by reintroducing a carbon price and establishing a “Just Transition Authority” whose role would be to ensure that Australians working in fossil fuel industries can find suitable alternative employment.

When will the city, and these elected councillors, give up their own use of fossil fuels? Anyhow, that’s pretty much it, other than the declaration calling on the federal government to Do Something. Again, remind them that the Cult of Climastrology just lost badly at the ballot box last month.

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