Tue, 03 Nov 2009 10:07p.m.
A new study says New Zealand is too focused on reducing carbon emissions and other environmental factors should take priority, like urban air quality, water quality and biodiversity.
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4/11/2009 9:47:18 a.m.
Paul van Dinther wrote:
Gilbert O'Sughrue, What tipping point! What run away warming? Are you still buying the rubbish that warmist have been spouting on for so long? This planet has had CO2 levels as high as 2000ppm we are only at 350-380ppm. No runaway warming has ever happened in those millions of years. On a geological scale our current atmosphere is deprived of CO2 and it needs more not less. If biodiversity is wanted than restricting plant growth by taking away plant food (CO2) is not be the right way to go about it.
4/11/2009 7:22:13 a.m.
Who gave school's the right to frighten young children with as yet totally unproven garbage.
4/11/2009 7:06:52 a.m.
So what I can read from this is that our contribution to emissions reduction will not amount to anything except for how wonderful we look to the rest of the world for making a stand, of course at the expense of ordinary NZ'ers who are already struggling and would not cope with rising costs to meet these goals.
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