Australian Economists Repudiate Kyoto
The latest media stunt by the anti-modernist Australia Institute has backfired, with Warwick McKibbin noting on ABC Radio that only 10% of those eligible to sign the economists’ petition in support of Kyoto actually did so. McKibbin was a particularly notable non-signatory, given his expertise in climate change policy.
UPDATE: Damien Eldridge explains his reasons for not signing.
posted on 28 May 2007 by skirchner in Culture & Society, Economics, Politics
(0) Comments | Permalink | Main
Next entry: Do Markets Care Who Chairs the Central Bank?
Previous entry: Sad, But Probably True