- Published: Friday, 11 October 2019 08:24
- Written by Letter to the Editor
As the Federal Election approaches, we are all learning of how each party believes they can best address the challenges related to greenhouse gas reduction. We hear the opinions of politicians, journalists and now, children, all of whom are assumed to be knowledgeable on this subject. We rarely, if ever, are afforded the opinions of scientists and engineers who can accurately, unemotionally, and honestly render a meaningful diagnosis, and then propose remediation action in an effort to reverse the effects of human activated climate change. Many concerned voters will choose a candidate based on the five or six offered climate plans.