Posted 30 April 2010

"All over the globe, politicians of different ideological stripes are reconsidering the costs of slashing greenhouse gases to combat the speculative problem of global warming."  Tom Switzer, of the University of Sydney, writes in the Wall Street Journal Asia about the polit

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Posted 27 April 2010

Leaders of the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition have taken advantage of YouTube to take to their fellow-countrymen their message that the National-led Government's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) due for introduction on 1 July 2010 must be deferred until other countries c...

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Posted 21 April 2010

"...it does appear that the public at large is becoming increasingly aware that something other than science is going on with regard to climate change, and that the proposed policies are likely to cause severe problems for the world economy. Climategate may thus have had an e...

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Posted 20 April 2010

"A week ago the world was faced with its first climate-related decision after endless discussions at some of the world's premium pleasure resorts. The World Bank approved South Africa's loan application. Its motivation was that the prosperity of the region was paramount.
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Posted 19 April 2010

"If you were faced with by far the biggest bill of your life, would you not want to be confident that there was a very good reason why you should pay it? That is why we need to know just how far we can trust the science behind the official view that the world is threatened wi...

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