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Catastrophic warming forecast as the UN sideshow rolls on

The Doha climate meeting has come and gone — and the news keeps getting worse. [11 December 2012 | Peter Boyer] As it now does every year in the month before Christmas, the United Nations has brought the world together … Continue reading

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Some good ideas to keep politicians occupied

Politicians appear to have lost direction. Phil Harrington has some climate change policy ideas that should keep Tasmania’s politicians occupied for the rest of their careers—and beyond. [25 August 2009 | Peter Boyer] At a certain age, it’s said, nostalgia kicks … Continue reading

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