How can one justify an emissions trading scheme that imposes large costs for purely symbolic benefits? Read more.
Archive | March 30, 2009
In a world where almost a billion people went hungry last year—119 million more than in 2007—and with food demand set to double by midcentury, the taboo against GM foods is crumbling. Read more.
LATE last year academic Stephen Williams, from James Cook University, reported that a rare species of white possum was possibly extinct and that this was likely the first recorded mammalian extinction due to global warming. Not surprisingly his claims attracted much media interest. Now Professor Williams has rediscovered the white possum and the media is […]