Once too scared to speak out, finally, Michael Shellenberger, is explaining some inconvenient facts about environmentalism and how it is hurting our Earth in a new book published by Harper Collins. In a synopsis Shellenberger articulates what I … [Read more...] about How Badly Have Environmentalists Misled and Frightened the Public!
Being able to sink below the waves at the edge of Australia’s continental shelf with the reef sharks and the colourful corals, is a rare privilege that I enjoyed just last week. It is possible because Jacques Cousteau invented the aqualung in 1942 … [Read more...] about Leaning on the Lookouts, at the Great Barrier Reef
Submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Identification of leading practices in ensuring evidence-based regulation of farm practices that impact water quality outcomes in the Great Barrier … [Read more...] about Senate Inquiry into Water Quality at the Great Barrier Reef: My Submission
GOULBURN is a town, to the southwest of Sydney, known for its maximum-security prison. It is also a place, that by Australian standards gets quite cold. Temperatures have been measured at the airport since 1988, and the lowest temperature ever record … [Read more...] about Bureau Erases Goulburn Record Minimum Temperature: Set Sunday 2 July 2017
Despite an exceptionally cool end to this October, the CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology have just put out a joint report claiming that there is going to be an increase in the number of hot days and thus an increased risk of devastating bushfires -- … [Read more...] about No QA of bureau temperature data by CSIRO bushfire modellers
FOLLOWING are my initial comments in response to the release of the report by the Technical Advisory Forum on the Australian Climate Observations Reference Network (ACORN-SAT): I NOTE that The Forum, chaired by Dr Ron Sandland formerly of the … [Read more...] about Response to ‘Yes Minister’ report by Ron Sandland