Dear Jennifer,Last week I imposed the world’s most stringent environmental conditions on the Tamar Valley pulp mill project [in Tasmania]. My decision was based solely on science and implemented the recommendations of the Chief Scientist of … [Read more...] about Pulp Mill Gets Australian Government Approval with More Conditions: A Note from Malcolm Turnbull
Archives for October 7, 2007
1967, Dogs, and Rare Droughts
Thanks to Luke Walker for blog post title and The Sydney Mornig Herald article:Three-headed dog cruels spring hopesDROUGHT-STRICKEN farmers could face spring rainfall that is up to 40 per cent below average because of a rare weather pattern last … [Read more...] about 1967, Dogs, and Rare Droughts
A Couple of Papers from JQS
Below are a couple of papers from the latest edition of the Journal of Quaternary Science examining a possible solar link to climate:JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE (2007) 22(7) 659–665Climatic change during the last 4000 years in the southern … [Read more...] about A Couple of Papers from JQS
Al Gore and Sheila Watt-Cloutier to be Joint Nobel Peace Prize Winners?
Al Gore, Ignoble LaureatePolitical Correctness: The front-runners for this year's Nobel Peace Prize are a couple of global warming alarmists. With dozens of wars raging, the committee couldn't find a single person laboring honorably for … [Read more...] about Al Gore and Sheila Watt-Cloutier to be Joint Nobel Peace Prize Winners?