THERE are thought to be less than 500 Sumatran tigers left in the wild and these few remaining tigers are under threat, in particular from poaching for body parts. There is a successful captive breeding program at Perth Zoo in Western Australia, … [Read more...] about Three New Sumatran Tigers
Archives for November 17, 2008
Don’t Ditch Cattle Yet, Science Isn’t ‘Settled’
HOW many times have you heard it said, the science is settled, we will have catastrophic global warming unless we change our ways and reduce our greenhouse gas emissions? While the “science might be settled” it does not seem to be well … [Read more...] about Don’t Ditch Cattle Yet, Science Isn’t ‘Settled’
Heresy Versus Science
In science, refuting an accepted belief is celebrated as an advance in knowledge; in religion it is condemned as heresy. via Fred Singer. … [Read more...] about Heresy Versus Science
Aussies March for Action on Climate Change
Tens of thousands of Australians took part in mass protests calling for tough government action on climate change. Read more here. … [Read more...] about Aussies March for Action on Climate Change
Asians will Eat GM
FYI all, Thought you might be interested to see this release from a recent survey of Asian consumers on their perception of biotechnology derived foods. The results are quite positive and provide evidence that Asian consumers in five countries … [Read more...] about Asians will Eat GM
Where’s David Bellamy?
Hi Jennifer I wondered if you’d heard what has happened to David Bellamy. I found out: http://www.dailyexpress.co.uk/posts/view/69623 Helen … [Read more...] about Where’s David Bellamy?