Climate change

What climate debate, sorry?

In regards to the article Climate debate from both sides by Rebecca Fox on 21/04/14:

Reducing CO2 emissions

Refusing to make changes to try and avoid damaging climate change, unless someone hands you all the solutions on a plate, is a total cop out, and we don't have to stop using fossil fuels overnight, that is wrong.

NZ 'not ready' for rising seas

NZ 'not ready' for rising seas

New Zealand is unprepared for sea level rises of half a metre by the end of the century that could turn 1-in-100 year flooding events into annual occurrences, an extensive United Nations report on climate change has revealed today.

Facts and fiction

Facts and fiction

Scientist and historian Naomi Oreskes is looking for new ways to explain the urgent threat posed by global warming, writes Tom McKinlay.

'It's the feedbacks, stupid'

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.

Climate change

Copie, I notice that, for a second time in a row, you have avoided answering my question. Does answering it make you feel uncomfortable?

Switching on - Dunedin's energy future

Switching on - Dunedin's energy future

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.

Urged to show way on climate

Urged to show way on climate

New Zealand should ''take some leadership'' over climate change issues, American environmentalist and climate change campaigner Bill McKibben urged in Dunedin yesterday.

Climate prophet McKibben brings message to Dunedin

Climate prophet McKibben brings message to Dunedin

One of the prophets of global warming visits Dunedin this week, and you can be assured the message will be chilling, reports Tom McKinlay

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