Climate Change – The Facts 2014

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10 March 2014

Australia needs an honest debate about the facts of climate change.

Governments around the world are preparing to dramatically increase taxes, regulate energy supplies and limit individual choices to deal with climate change.

But what do we really know about the science of climate change? Is climate change caused by humans? Is it new? Is there a “scientific consensus”? Is CO2 pollution? Can we cut emissions cheaply? What’s missing from the climate change debate?

In this important book, the world’s best scientists and economists tackle the most important political issue in a century.

You can obtain your own copy of this publication by contacting the Institute of Public Affairs on 03 9600 4744.

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Jennifer Marohasy

Jennifer Marohasy is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs

John Roskam

John Roskam is the Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs

John Abbot

John Abbot is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs

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