"The climate change problem is inherently one of making decisions over the very long term, under conditions of considerable uncertainty. Misrepresenting the problem as one where we can (with any degree of accuracy) set the global thermostat by limiting atmospheric CO2 to any particular level is not productive in the long run. Neither is defining the problem as one where we should necessarily focus on mitigating CO2 to the neglect of adaptation or other mitigation efforts." - Professor Aynsley Kellow, ex-pat Kiwi, Head of School of Govt., University of Tasmania: 2008 Harold Clough Lecture in Perth.  LINK

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