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Personal Liability of Company Directors for Climate Change & Broadcasters No Consensus on CO2

Friday, March 31, 2017 19:54
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In Australia, little talked about policy changes is that company directors can be held personally liable if their companies do not take unrealistic actions to combat climate change, which at this time are still unknown. The beginning fines start at $200,000. This all based on “the 97% consensus” that dictates climate change is irrefutable and due to human activity and debate otherwise will not be heard or discussed. 

When looking at the 2016 National Survey of Broadcast Meteorologist just 12% believe changes in Earth’s weather patterns are entirely due to human influence. There need to be some serious questions asked as to what a financial regulatory board is doing leading the climate change regulation re-write. 

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