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The hard slog of changing entrenched attitudes

We need to acknowledge the effort and skill that went into achieving the “manifestly imperfect” forestry agreement. [7 May 2013 | Peter Boyer] What was that all about? Did last week’s passage of the Tasmanian Forests Agreement Bill signify the … Continue reading

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Self-interest has no place in the climate debate

In looking for what’s true and what isn’t in the climate debate, self-interest is a serious obstacle. Continue reading

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