Trudeau questioned if his carbon tax will lower net income by $1,800 per person
Can you imagine earning $1,800 dollars less per year? As Canadians face harsh realities of a dwindling economy the Prime Minister of Canada is proposing another tax this new carbon tax will lower annual incomes $600 to $1,800 per person.
This is what the government signed when Trudeau went to Paris last fall “The level of carbon pricing required to meet the emissions reduction target Canada agreed to in Paris last fall — 30 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030 — would reduce GDP by one to three per cent per year.”
So Trudeau was asked if his recent climate change agreement will not cut into Canadians incomes, and in typical fashion the PM began preaching about our environmental responsibilities and insisted that we suck it up and pay a carbon tax, almost as if he didn’t care how much it would end up costing us.
THE world’s top climate scientists have cut their worst-case forecast for global warming over the next 100 years.
A draft report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, obtained exclusively by The Weekend Australian, offers a more certain projection of climate change than the body’s forecasts five years ago.
For the first time, scientists are confident enough to project a 3C rise on the average global daily temperature by the end of this century if no action is taken to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The Draft Fourth Assessment Report says the temperature increase could be contained to 2C by 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions are held at current levels.
In 2001, the scientists predicted temperature rises of between 1.4C and 5.8C on current levels by 2100, but better science has led them to adjust this to a narrower band of between 2C and 4.5C.
The new projections put paid to some of the more alarmist scenarios raised by previous modelling, which have suggested that sea levels could rise by almost 1m over the same period.
The report projects a rise in sea levels by century’s end of between 14cm and 43cm, with further rises expected in following centuries caused by melting polar ice.
Computer models can’t be trusted, so why make extreme economic decisions based on bad science.
Trudeau also bragged about his meetings with the Premiers and municipal leaders, again avoiding the economical impact his carbon tax will have on regular Canadians.