Yesterday, the RSPCA announced the appointment of a new CEO, Chief executive officer of Greenpeace, Peter Mullins, becomes chief executive officer of the RSPCA national body. ... Mr Mullins said community education would continue to be a key area … [Read more...] about Greenpeace CEO Moves to RSPCA
Archives for February 2006
I am always amazed at how many people are quick to report cause and effect when a couple of variables show a correlation. I was emailed this image, with a note that it represents proof the world is getting warmer! What can we conclude from this … [Read more...] about Proof the World is Getting Warmer?
Continuing my blog posts on salt ... Mick Keogh, from The Australian Farm Institute, wrote in the Australian Financial Review that, "Dryland salinity is a challenge that Australian farmers must continue to deal with, and cannot ignore. However, … [Read more...] about What the Farm Lobby Had Wanted: Salt Threat Grossly Exaggerated (Part 3)
Michael Duffy wrote about 'property rights' in his regular column for the Sydney Morning Herald on 7th January 2006. Michael Duffy began: I've been surprised in the past year by how many stories I've come across that have involved property rights. … [Read more...] about Michael Duffy on Property Rights
The consensus from Australian scientists in positions of authority on the issue of 'river salinity' and the 'spread of dryland salinity' appears to be crumbling. As Mick Keogh wrote yesterday in The Australian Financial Review with respect to the … [Read more...] about Salt Threat Grossly Exaggerated (Part 2)
Mick Keogh from The Australian Farm Institute had a piece published in yesterday's Australian Financial Review titled 'Getting a balanced perspective on salinity'. It reiterated what some scientists have been saying since late last year, that they … [Read more...] about Salt Threat Grossly Exaggerated (Part 1)