Is Australia run by anti-science climate change deniers?

There are 3 comments on the Asian Correspondent story from Jan 2, 2014, titled Is Australia run by anti-science climate change deniers?. In it, Asian Correspondent reports that:

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott once said in a speech that "the climate change argument is absolute crap" and then sort of tried to play it down while spewing a bunch of his own crap in a 2010 ABC radio interview .

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Jan 3, 2014
Answer: Yes.

Next question?

Houston, TX

#2 Jan 3, 2014
Oh but butttt.. you answered about the "deniers."

Back to the piece.. "Rises in global average temperatures of [at least 4C by 2100] will have profound impacts on the world and the economies of many countries if we donít urgently start to curb our emissions." [Professor Steven Sherwood, University of New South Wales]

Toronto, Canada

#3 Jan 3, 2014
SpaceBlues wrote:
Oh but butttt.. you answered about the "deniers."
Sometimes I find being concise clears away a lot of denier bushwah.

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