Sunday, September 11, 2011

Healing the planet: Australian government to spend $9000 each for 40 bureaucrats to take business class flights to Durban climate hoax meetings

The cost of tackling climate change | Adelaide Now
FORTY bureaucrats will travel to Durban in South Africa later this year for the next round of climate-change talks, at a cost of more than $500,000.
They are expected to stay at the Coastlands Hotel and Convention Centre, in the coastal resort of Umhlanga - described by local tourism authorities as the "Riviera" of Durban.
Australia sent 114 delegates to the Copenhagen conference at a cost of almost $1.5 million.
The delegates will travel in business class, with Qantas return flights to Durban in December costing about $9000 each, at an estimated total cost of $360,000.

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