Australian Prime Minister unveils grand plan to unite world under banner of climate change


I can unite world on climate, says Rudd

Sydney Morning Herald | Dec 5, 2007

by Cynthia Banham

AUSTRALIA will take on a highly ambitious and activist role on the international stage under the new Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, who has unveiled a grand plan for uniting the world on climate change.

Heralding a significant shift in foreign policy from the Howard era, Mr Rudd – former diplomat and China expert – told the Herald yesterday he intended to use Australia’s new position as a member of the Kyoto club to “bridge the gap” between developed and developing countries on future emissions controls.

In his first newspaper interview as Prime Minister, Mr Rudd admitted it was an enormous challenge but said Australia had a “national and international responsibility to the next generation” to do everything it could to counter the threat of climate change.

Mr Rudd will travel to Bali on Tuesday to join the UN conference on climate change, in what will be his first appearance on the world stage as Prime Minister.

While there, he revealed, he will also seek to enhance Australia’s relationship with Indonesia when he meets its President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

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The Climate Change Minister, Penny Wong, will play the key role as “principal negotiator” in Mr Rudd’s vision for Australia as the world’s new climate change broker, further underscoring her rapid rise in the new government.

“I fully recognise the difficulty of this because the distance between those two positions at present is enormous, but this is a gap which Australia in the past could not even hope to begin to bridge because we were not at the negotiating table at all in a substantive way,” Mr Rudd said.

“We now are, and Senator Wong’s brief, apart from arguing the Australian position, will be to do whatever is within her power and Australia’s power to seek to bridge the gap between the positions of the developed and developing world on future emissions controls.”

Having freshly ratified the Kyoto Protocol, Mr Rudd will personally hand Australia’s instrument of ratification to the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon.

He will also meet the president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, and the former US vice-president, Al Gore. In his talks with Dr Yudhoyono, Mr Rudd said he would cover the “entire spectrum” of Australia’s relationship with Indonesia, including the adequacy of security co-operation.

Terrorism would feature in these talks. As opposition leader, Mr Rudd nominated the rise of militant Islam as one of the biggest issues facing the world.

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11 responses to “Australian Prime Minister unveils grand plan to unite world under banner of climate change

  1. I’m so relieved. Now I can go back to TV and relinquish my role as the family black sheep/eccentric/ conspiracy mental case.


    *shakes head*

  2. Haha

    Familiar with movie Videodrome?

  3. No, but I did see Sex Lies and Videotape. Does that count?

  4. Haha–

    When you said kill the TV I thought of Videodrome–

  5. That movie seems to make my point. Kill or be killed.

    Alan Watt discusses some on the subject of TV and movie predictive programming and conditioning, cautioning to watch movies with an analytical perspective, not to get sucked in, otherwise you are a sucker. That is with most of it anyway. The majority of entertainment is commissioned by the elites to further the programming. Which is why they are called “programs” to begin with.

  6. People are stunned I never fixed the radio or player in my car, or don’t have an ipod. I reply that I just like to hear myself think, and enjoy the quiet or natural noises. I get very baffled looks.

  7. Alan Watt goes into that at length too. That people are afraid to face themselves therefore they constantly need to be listening to or watching something on TV. You walk into the average home and you will be assailed immediately by either the radio or the TV or something. He also decries the fact that children are baby-sat by the boob-tube and that people have lost the art of entertaining themselves, instead relying on “experts”

  8. I hate “experts.” If I flip the channel briefly say Sunday morning, it’s like a network discussion group full of Bilderberg attendees pretending to disagree with each other.

  9. Talking heads. Usually CFR members=liars and spin doctors. It’s funny that if you have short hair and wear a tie and look important people will believe just about anything you say.

  10. Well for today’s rally I slobbed down while everyone else dressed up. However camera people still aimed at me, and reporters circled with notebooks and pencils, though I managed to casually dodge them. Can’t win–haha. Must be the bloodlines I wrote about– I try to blend in. Haha

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