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- solkta (10:07 am): No Gerrit as that would be to answer a fool according to his folly.
- Gerrit (9:56 am): So Solkta, care to rationalise percentages. 0.1% sea level treat versus 99.9%...
- solkta (9:54 am): Gerrit has been very busy cherry picking his link re Kiribati. He chooses not...
- Gerrit (9:52 am): Kerry, Neither, are you saying that the high water mark has risen in those...
- Kerry Thomas (9:41 am): Ummmm, Gerrit. Been to Matapouri Lately. Or berthed a ship in wharfs...
- Trevor29 (9:20 am): http://ec.europa.eu/env ironment/integration/re search/newsalert/pdf...
- Gerrit (6:17 am): BJ, Or maybe we should call you Bishop BJ? Your evangelical seal is showing...
- bjchip (5:01 am): Sorry Roman, I have examined the source, looked at the calculations and then...
- Trevor29 (12:45 am): One of Huntly’s problems is that coal (or wood) fired power stations...
- Trevor29 (11:40 pm): That would be the same GRACE data that lead to this conclusion:...
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Hon. Amy Adams Archive
The rapid roadshow – is this consultation? - by Eugenie Sage
Monday saw the start of the Government’s rapid fire roadshow on its proposals to weaken the RMA and allow increased exploitation of our water. I’ve previously covered some of the Minister’s attempt to shut down debate on the proposals. I just wanted to point out that that the timing of consultation meetings is important. If […] read moreMarch 13, 2013 10:43 am - 2 Comments
The ghost of conferences past – New Zealand at Rio, Durban, and Rio - by Kennedy Graham
Here are key extracts from our national leaders at the evolving Earth Summits, as New Zealand confronts the historically-unprecedented problem of global sustainability in the late 20th-early 21st century (CE). 1992: Minister for Environment, Hon. Rob Storey, 1st Earth Summit, Rio de Janeiro “Sustainable development is the strong thread that will weave … the tapestry […] read moreJune 20, 2012 11:47 am - 2 Comments