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Is anyone bothering to calculate the 'carbon-cost' of war?

13 March 2022

6:00 AM

13 March 2022

6:00 AM

Does anyone still buy the headline that our world leaders believe we’re on the verge of a climate apocalypse?

The planet-ending justification for climate policy, green tax, and the outright theft of private farmland from citizens has been rubbished in recent weeks by the Ukraine-Russia war. If it is too dangerous for the planet’s survival to allow the working class access to Utes and 4WDs for work, how can it be acceptable for Russian President Vladimir Putin to burn Ukraine’s cities to the ground?

What is the Carbon price tag on wars of conquest – and where are the offset Carbon credits...

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