Daily Archives: April 2, 2012

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THE nanny state is on the nose, with one in two Australians rejecting the idea the government should get involved in what they choose to eat, a worldwide Ipsos poll on behavioural change has found.…

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PLASTIC recycling companies will have to slash hundreds of jobs or face going bust because of the carbon tax that was designed to help the environment. Electricity costs will soar by 10 per cent next…

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THE federal Labor government and its supporters occasionally depict opponents of the forthcoming carbon tax as being enemies of the environment and not caring at all for Australia’s ecological wellbeing. This is a narrow and…

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“Senior officials in Obama’s administration had very high hopes for the project.” The Washington Examiner reports: In keeping with the recent trend of so-called green companies going into the red, another solar energy company supported…

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Big Picture News, Informed Analysis This is a quick post, about two ideas. First, when the logo belonging to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) appears on bottles of Coca-Cola, that cinches it. The tipping point was passed some time ago. … Continue reading

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“Someday the nation may need to burn more coal, and environmentalists would love to shut down the remaining coal plants — no matter what the economic consequences.” The Boston Herald editorializes: The proposed emissions rule…

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The dividing line between creative writing and climate science – sometimes thin – has been triumphantly dissolved. A new postgraduate course at the University of East Anglia hopes to bring together “researchers in the environmental…

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They’re calling it Global Weirding now, as I suppose, inevitably they were bound to do in the end. Well “global warming” stopped working in [1998] when the globe stopped warming. Climate change was always a…

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