Andrew Bolt writes:
IN 2007 Professor Ross Garnaut was so terrified of global warming he ordered a steel roof for his Melbourne home.
“Australia will experience variable, but dramatic changes in climate with increasing storms,” he explained to the City of Yarra council.
“Severe and more frequent hailstorms will be a feature of this change.”
That’s why he had to be excused from the heritage overlay requiring slate roofs.
How could mere slate save him from the giant hailstones of man-made warming?