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Tim Flannery finds some silver linings

Is there any light down that long dark tunnel? [29 September | Peter Boyer] Spring has sprung and life is full of promise. This is surely a season for hope. In Washington (where it’s autumn), a joint weekend statement by … Continue reading

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Climate action: the world is doing more than we think

We can rest assured,  Australia is not ahead of the pack on climate measures [28 August 2012 | Peter Boyer] I’ll concede one point to the climate sceptics. There’s something surreal in the whole debate about man-made climate change. Last … Continue reading

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The Climate Commission and the integrity of science

The Climate Commission’s visit to Hobart was a welcome vindication of good science. [28 February 2012 | Peter Boyer] In case you missed it, the Climate Commission roadshow rolled into town last week. Tim Flannery and four other commissioners fronted … Continue reading

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