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Re-fashioning the truth to fit the bottom line

Industry captains reject the Climate Commission’s compelling evidence for leaving most coal, oil and gas in the ground, but offer none of their own. [25 June 2013 | Peter Boyer] Here’s a small admission: One of my pet gripes is … Continue reading

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Science must determine our forestry future

Assessing the impact of forests and forest harvesting on carbon emissions needs to be based on scientific research and physical evidence. All involved in the forest debate need to put past prejudices behind them. Continue reading

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