Monthly Archives: May 2012
Surely they can’t have an ad for this play undermining Fairfax’s pro-global warming agenda. Perhaps they’ve has dropped the ball on account of that strike. Here, Andrew Bolt talks with the playwright Richard Bean.
Tim Wilson discusses the long-term impact of the carbon tax and the friendly environment for crony capitalism and renk-seeking that the it will breed as well as the challenges that poses for Tony Abbott. Kurri Kurri’s situation will now be replicated all … Continue reading
As the world eagerly awaits in anticipation (ha) for the release of the 2013 IPCC report, details of that reports contents have now come to light. If you thought previous editions were a waste of paper (something environmentalists should be … Continue reading
There are two examples of environmental craziness that need to be mocked. The first comes from California. Where else? Los Angeles became the largest city in the nation Wednesday to approve a ban on plastic bags at supermarket checkout lines, … Continue reading
With the carbon tax a little over a month away, you would have thought that Australia was doing more than enough to cut carbon dioxide emissions. Apparently not, however. CHINA has accused Australia of working to undermine negotiations for a … Continue reading
Cliff Ollier on the myth of ocean acidification: ‘Acid’ is an emotive word to the general public, which is why it is seized upon by the alarmists in their search for yet another scare. In reality increasing CO2 makes the … Continue reading
Goodbye ten-billion Australian taxpayers dollars. AUSTRALIAN companies will be guaranteed the chance to pitch for business flowing from the Gillard government’s $10 billion clean energy fund that Labor will announce today in an effort to sell the benefits of green … Continue reading