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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  • Jennifer Austin
    answered 2021-11-18 22:07:23 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Jennifer Austin
    answered 2021-11-18 21:59:27 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • Jennifer Austin
    answered 2021-11-18 21:59:07 +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 changed for billions of years & humans emit only 3% of the TRACE gas CO2 -the rest is from natural sources. The idea that humans can change the climate is the worst fraud ever perpetrated. Our huge nuclear reactor in the Sky, one million miles in diameter, controls everything about our climate. High solar activity – sunspots and solar flares – produce warm periods and low solar activity produces cold periods. Towards the middle to end of the 2020’s Earth will enter a grand solar minimum, i.e. years of cold, extensive snow and ice cover. Prince Charles has been captured by the rapacious fear-mongers who are making billions from the monstrous fraud. He is their gullible puppet mouthpiece.
  • Sue Huggins
    answered 2021-11-18 21:51:46 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • Sue Huggins
    answered 2021-11-18 21:51:30 +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: HRH position on climate change is not important because his role is to carry out functional activities (at the top but not adding strength to any political reasoning). In the unlikely event that sufficient of the electorate think Morrison’s view is a
    crises for Australia’s wellbeing then the Governor General could ask the PM to resign. I do not agree with the PM’s view on climate change. I do not agree that HRH should allow his bias to show.
  • Jennifer Austin
    answered 2021-11-18 21:36:36 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Jennifer Austin
    answered 2021-11-18 21:35:53 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Ricky Carpenter
    answered 2021-11-18 21:29:14 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • Ricky Carpenter
    answered 2021-11-18 21:28:59 +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 him. Because there is no empirical evidence that humans contribute to climate change.
  • Sue Huggins
    answered 2021-11-18 21:27:47 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Sue Huggins
    answered 2021-11-18 21:27:28 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Ricky Carpenter
    answered 2021-11-18 21:26:32 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Ricky Carpenter
    answered 2021-11-18 21:26:14 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Kushal Akhter
    answered 2021-11-18 18:57:37 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: Yes
  • Kushal Akhter
    answered 2021-11-18 18:57:26 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: Yes
  • L S
    answered 2021-11-18 18:55:04 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 51–60
  • L S
    answered 2021-11-18 18:54:38 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: Yes
  • L S
    answered 2021-11-18 18:54:23 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Julie Morris
    answered 2021-11-18 18:22:42 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: Yes
  • Rod Goodall
    answered 2021-11-18 15:58:18 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: Over 75
  • Rod Goodall
    answered 2021-11-18 15:58:02 +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: HRH is being controversial promoting an as yet unproved hypothesis that CO2 is bad for the planet. He really should take a leaf from his Mother’s book and recognise her magnificent wisdom of avoiding controversy.
  • Rod Goodall
    answered 2021-11-18 15:54:16 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Rod Goodall
    answered 2021-11-18 15:54:00 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Peter Kalina
    answered 2021-11-18 14:51:33 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • Peter Kalina
    answered 2021-11-18 14:51:20 +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: Climate is always changing. There is nothing exceptional about todays climate. We have the resources to deal with any perceived climate problems.
  • Peter Kalina
    answered 2021-11-18 14:48:55 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Peter Kalina
    answered 2021-11-18 14:48:41 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • P Condren
    answered 2021-11-18 14:30:40 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 51–60
  • P Condren
    answered 2021-11-18 14:30:32 +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: “Climate change” or the protection of our precious Earth should be an absolute priority for every person on this planet – we are borrowing it from the future, we ALL have an obligation to protect it for future generations. Or they will suffer. Not us now, we owe it to them. To say we should continue to expoit fossil fuel use until something else can replace it is an abhorrent crime to future generations. Alternative energy needs to be in use now. The long term effect of fossil fuel industry doesn’t start at the exhaust of a car. Exploration, mining, processing, refining, transporting, using, disposal has a colossal effect. Using billions of litres of a fossil fuel to dig up a fossil fuel is absurdity.
    Of course the Prince of Wales, on a topic he rightly has long been known to be passionate about, should promote the idea. Every person with a voice should do the same. Shame on anyone who cannot think beyond their own 80 year needs.
  • P Condren
    answered 2021-11-18 14:24:06 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: Yes