The politics of climate change is changing
Tom Switzer, editor of The Spectator Australia, writes in a piece about the state of the climate change debate at the ABC’s Unleashed:
People assumed that because the issue hurt John Howard in 2007, it would also hurt the Liberals in 2010 because they failed to support Labor’s ETS.
But politics is never fixed; it is always in a state of flux. The only certainty is that the political climate always changes. And the wind, far from blowing conservative parties off the electoral map, threatens to turn into a perfect storm for both Kevin Rudd and Barack Obama.
Read Tom Switzer’s piece – The politics of climate change is changing.