The Prince of Wales & Climate Change Action

The Prince of Wales & Climate Change Action

The subject of climate change and proposed human intervention is one that has created deep divisions amongst Australians. Whilst it is not a matter that falls within our mandate, we have nevertheless become enmeshed because of the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in promoting action and the resulting implications this may have to the future of our system of constitutional monarchy.

Members will be well aware that I have expressed concerns over many years to his Royal Highness pointing out that as he is carrying out duties on behalf of the Queen it is incumbent on him not to make any comment on any matter of controversy and that his future subjects would obviously have differing opinions on differing issues all of which he must respect whether he agrees or not.

It is important for us, the Australian Monarchist League to be aware of the opinions of our support base on this issue and we would therefore very much appreciate your answering a couple of questions in any, sort of, survey. This will help us plan a pathway through this difficult time.

Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?

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  • Scott Farrell
    answered 2021-11-21 18:22:07 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 41–50
  • Scott Farrell
    answered 2021-11-21 18:21:08 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: The climate has warmed between 0.4C – 1C over the past one hundred years. There is no scientific consensus whether this increase is due to natural variation or if it is man-made. The earth has warmed at 1C over one hundred years many times before without human influence. Every climate model put forward has been proven wrong – extrapolation is inherently unreliable. CO2 is a plant food and necessary for life. Why then are we destroying our economy, prosperity and civilisation based on essentially no evidence at all?
  • Scott Farrell
    answered 2021-11-21 18:14:59 +1100
    Q: What type of action do you support on climate change?
    A: No action
  • Scott Farrell
    answered 2021-11-21 18:14:35 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Laurel Crouch
    followed this page 2021-11-21 13:53:09 +1100
  • D S
    answered 2021-11-21 07:57:48 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 41–50
  • D S
    answered 2021-11-21 07:57:37 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: I disagree with the prince of Wales as I believe climate change is not human induced but a normal cycle of the planet.
    I also believe the future monarch should not be expressing publicly his views on these matters particularly as it is a very political issue. His views are damaging the Royal families reputation within Australia amongst loyal monarchist supporters.
  • D S
    answered 2021-11-21 07:54:06 +1100
    Q: What type of action do you support on climate change?
    A: No action
  • D S
    answered 2021-11-21 07:53:52 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Nigel D'Cruz
    answered 2021-11-20 19:28:17 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • Nigel D'Cruz
    answered 2021-11-20 19:27:50 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: We human beings are responsible for carbon emissions in the atmosphere.
    The fact that the Earth’s temperature is increasing means that the atmosphere and natural environment are becoming damaged.
    Therefore, we human beings have a moral duty to work diligently for the purpose of decreasing the Earth’s temperature, and keeping the atmosphere and natural environment clean.
  • Nigel D'Cruz
    answered 2021-11-20 19:11:38 +1100
    Q: What type of action do you support on climate change?
    A: Strong action
  • Nigel D'Cruz
    answered 2021-11-20 19:11:09 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: Yes
  • Stewart Hespe
    answered 2021-11-20 17:43:45 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: Over 75
  • Stewart Hespe
    answered 2021-11-20 17:43:24 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: I note that this question asks whether I agree with the Prince’s position on climate change, NOT whether he should comment upon it. That being said, all the theoretical science and observed data shows that unfortunately for him the Prince is not correct.
  • Stewart Hespe
    answered 2021-11-20 17:37:26 +1100
    Q: What type of action do you support on climate change?
    A: No action
  • Stewart Hespe
    answered 2021-11-20 17:36:54 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Sebastian Fragapane
    answered 2021-11-20 13:51:00 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 18–30
  • Sebastian Fragapane
    answered 2021-11-20 13:50:43 +1100
    Q: What type of action do you support on climate change?
    A: Strong action
  • Sebastian Fragapane
    answered 2021-11-20 13:50:32 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: Yes
  • Merelyn Sprigg
    answered 2021-11-19 22:37:11 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Brendan Steley
    answered 2021-11-19 18:02:24 +1100
    Q: What type of action do you support on climate change?
    A: No action
  • Brendan Steley
    answered 2021-11-19 18:02:10 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Clement Clarke
    followed this page 2021-11-19 16:56:46 +1100
  • Marc Petersen
    answered 2021-11-19 14:30:58 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 31–40
  • Marc Petersen
    answered 2021-11-19 14:30:47 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: As a species we have caused mass destruction to entire regions, as well as the layers of ecosystems that exist on our planet. If we do not do everything we can to change this path, then we have killed our planet and ourselves. All good achieved by conservation and care will be for naught.
  • Marc Petersen
    answered 2021-11-19 14:26:39 +1100
    Q: What type of action do you support on climate change?
    A: Strong action
  • Marc Petersen
    answered 2021-11-19 14:26:23 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Sue Tarda
    answered 2021-11-19 14:16:53 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Greg Barlow
    answered 2021-11-19 11:50:37 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: Over 75