Scientist and historian Naomi Oreskes is looking for new
ways to explain the urgent threat posed by global warming,
writes Tom McKinlay.
Campaign strategist James Carville coined the phrase ''It's
the economy, stupid'' to focus the attention of campaign
workers on the one key issue that would get Bill Clinton
elected president in the 1992 US election.
Copie, I notice that, for a second time in a row, you have
avoided answering my question. Does answering it make you
The time is ripe for a Dunedin energy plan. But will the
crucial consensus and support be there to give it wings?
Bruce Munro takes a look.
New Zealand should ''take some leadership'' over climate
change issues, American environmentalist and climate change
campaigner Bill McKibben urged in Dunedin yesterday.
One of the prophets of global warming visits Dunedin this
week, and you can be assured the message will be chilling,
reports Tom McKinlay
A melt of ice on Greenland and Antarctica is likely to be
less severe than expected this century, limiting sea level
rise to a maximum of 69 cm, an international study said
Individuals need to take action and use their citizenship
rights to put pressure on the Government to act on climate
change, Victoria University School of Government professor
Jonathan Boston says.
Global warming sceptic Lord Christopher Monckton, who will
speak in Dunedin next Tuesday, responds to claims made about
It is in New Zealand's best interests to know much more about
how climate change is affecting the Antarctic, University of
Otago Prof Gary Wilson says.
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