Posted 10 January 2010

"Those familiar with the climate debate will naturally be aware that the rise in average official temperatures of 0.74C over the 20th  century was an inherent component of IPCC’s conclusion of a future of dangerously high temperatures unless governments acted to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But how to interpret the fall of 0.7C in the average Australian temperature for 2010? "  In a posting to Quadrant Online, Des Moore renews call for climate inquiry .


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