I didn't expect Greenpeace Expedition Leader Shane Rattenbury to hesitate for so long and then to be so coy, when he was asked by Michael Duffy on ABC Radio Counterpoint (23rd January 2006) whether he would have blamed the Japanese if one of his men … [Read more...] about I Would Rather be a Minke Whale
Archives for January 2006
James Hansen has already featured on the front page of most the world's influential newspapers at least once telling us the sky is about to fall in ... well, not exactly. James Hansen has though been in the media a lot, over the last decade or so, … [Read more...] about Gagging Who? James Hansen! Impossible!
I have just been reading about the High North Alliance, an organisation representing whalers, sealers and fishermen from Canada, The Faroes, Greenland, Iceland and Norway. Their base is in Reine, Norway, which is a long way away from me here in … [Read more...] about Whaling Off Norway is Sustainable: Rune Frovik
I lived in Madagascar for several years in the late 1980s. They ate locust over there, fried they tasted OK. A locust is a short-horned grasshopper when it swarms. I always thought a locust swarm was something to fear. There have been claims that … [Read more...] about Save The Locust . Com
I wonder how many Koalas have been burnt in the bushfires raging across Victoria? I received a letter from Roger Underwood today, he writes, "Arsonists do light fires, but they are not responsible for fires becoming large and damaging, especially … [Read more...] about Don’t Blame Arsonists: Roger Underwood
There has been some interesting discussion on policy solutions for 'climate change' at the thread following Part 2 of this series. David Tribe mades the comment: Focusing on policy realism is what is needed. We've heard too much about model … [Read more...] about Which Climate Change Consensus? (Part 4)