It's ironic that SA, which according to Weatherill 'leads the world' in renewable power relies on diesel and a battery to deliver the world's most expensive electricity with zero meaurable effect on global warming.
"Zero measurable effect on global warming" is the worst argument.
Throwing your McDonalds wrapper out the window of your car has zero measurable effect on global uncollected rubbish.
Throwing your sperm up as many women as possible has zero measurable effect on global population.
Your vote makes no measurable difference in an election.
You cant go knock on a China door and tell them they need to turn off their lights while an Australian is allowed to run their aircon 24/7.
If you want any chance to sit at the table and tell others what to do, you need to be doing at least what you request of them.
An average Chinese person lives, goes to work and creates much less pollution than the average Australian doing the same thing.
Humans create polution, not countries, surely the fairest system is if every human has the same polution level.
Unless you want to start saying someone in a more populated country like usa or china has less rights to access lighting and heating etc.
It is a nonsense argument to say pollution is only a china and usa problem just because their countries have land and water that can sustain more people.
Would it help world pollution to break china in to 100 seperate countries so that any single country has much better pollution levels than Australia. They could then unite under the title of Chinese Union?
World problems fixed by drawing a few extra lines on a map?