Currently the world is in the grip of one those phenomena known as the Madness of Crowds.
Inspired by Alfred Tennyson and a Lady.
The Murray Darling Basin Authority has proposed extraordinary reductions to water allocations, and presented an incomplete and distorted picture of the impacts of such reductions.
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee is only another pack of overpaid bureaucrats jetting around the world enjoying themselves on expense accounts Craig Thomson might envy.
The audience applauded Greg Combet with such vigour it was as if they were about to be compensated with a bunch of free carbon credits, despite having the world’s largest per capita carbon footprint.
Michael Kile has written a poem (with apologies to ‘Banjo’ P) honouring the great man who will fix the climate with his two dollar pliers, Tim Flannery.
Official: the more scientifically illiterate you are, the more you believe in 'climate change'.
Tim Flannery predicted a surge in mental illness with rising temperatures, especially in Sydney’s western suburbs.
To demonise CO2 yet again, a false claim is that human production of CO2 will cause the oceans to become acid.
Each weekend the Sydney Morning Herald’s News Review poses a question and invites answers from four people, most recently they asked a climate sceptic to take part.
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