Posted 7 May 2011

Official temperature records have been maintained in New Zealand since shortly after European settlement began in 1840. Throughout the ensuing 150 years, meanĀ  temperature levels remain stable. But NIWA (National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research, the responsible governm...

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Posted 2 May 2011

"Our economy is built on affordable energy, largely from carbon-based fuels that produce CO2 when burned. It is not a problem, there is no coming 'climate crisis,' and we do not need to worry about 'greenhouse gases.' This topic of reducing CO2 emissions is of crucial interest,...

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Posted 2 May 2011

"Despite the ready public availability of our reports, and of similar analyses by other independent scientists that also demonstrate there is no justification for continued alarm about global warming, neither the government nor its scientific advisors have offered answers to the...

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Posted 28 April 2011

"It seems clear that stringent cuts in global emissions, with the current state of technology, will disadvantage developing countries more than rich ones. Alternatively, if China and other major emerging economies refuse to join the game, Europe risks substantially reducing i

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WHAT NEXT? - A TAX ON WATER?

April 26, 2011, 4:27 am News

Posted 27 April 2011

The Carbon Sense Coalition (Australia) today claimed there is more justification for a tax on the emissions of steam from a kettle on the stove than a tax on the emissions of carbon dioxide from the gas stove beneath the kettle. The chairman of "Carbon Sense", Viv Forbes, sai...

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