Jennifer has kindly asked me to write a few introductory words as part of the launch of the new 'Politics and Environment Wiki'. As one who knows bugger-all about Wikis I guess I am eminently qualified... a bit like asking some of the commentators … [Read more...] about Blair Announces New ‘Politics & Environment Wiki’
Archives for March 2006
David posted the following comment this morning at this blog: "We know that the globe is warming very rapidly (~0.2C/decade), and that this warming has occured in the absence of any natural forcing process and is occuring about 10 times faster than … [Read more...] about What About the Sun & Max Planck & Nature?
The results of following the policy prescriptions of pseudo-environmentalists like Rachel Carson and Paul Ehrlich is not a cleaner environment but inefficient use of scarce resources, according to a new video featuring Walter Williams, professor of … [Read more...] about The High Cost of Pseudo-Environmentalism
While British Prime Minister Tony Blair was in Australia earlier this week he apparently talked with our PM about Britain joining the recently formed Asia- Pacific Partnership on Clean Development, know as the AP6 because there are currently six … [Read more...] about Tony Blair & John Howard Talk ‘Climate Strategies’
I am responding to the criticism of my letter in 'The Australian' of 15 February 2006 which read: "THERE is an excellent argument for curbing the public statements of scientists like those from CSIRO, a former employer of mine. Scientists, like the … [Read more...] about Geoff Sherrington Responds to Chattering Class
Yesterday the Sydney Morning Herald ran yet another nonsense story about the Macquarie Marshes. I reckon that their journalist, Anne Davies, was hoodwinked. There is a strong belief that more water, in particular more environmental flows, will … [Read more...] about More Water Won’t Save the Macquarie Marshes