Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Bleedin' Obvious #274

Avoiding all the usual comments on vested interest groups and their relationships with the government (usually in the form of state funding in return for the 'right' report findings) the Climate Change Committee says that the power industry needs to be 'revolutionised' to meet the climate change laws applicable to the industry.

Surely, rather than overhaul the entire industry at great cost to the working man in return for a lower standard of living through more expensive, unreliable and insufficient energy supply, it would be more practical and more effective to change the law as not to have this requirement?

Seems bleedin' obvious to me.


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