Climate change

Yesterday the Green Party released its Climate Tax Cut policy proposal comprising, mostly, a carbon tax offset by an income-tax-free threshold for individuals and a decrease in the company tax […]

Having neglected my bloggerly duties these past six weeks (in fact, I’ve been neglecting all my duties which aren’t strictly in service of looking after my family and keeping my […]

I had meant to write something substantive on the politics-of-not-playing-politics evident in all aspects of the Christchurch earthquake and its aftermath, but circumstances have conspired to prevent me from doing […]

No time for anything substantive, but here are a few thoughts, in no particular order: This ad for the Aussie Greens, made by Republic of Everyone for the ABC’s election […]

Climate credibility fail

I’ve remained largely silent on the so-called ClimateGate thus far, mostly out of an abject lack of expertise to judge the whys and wherefores of it all. It’s science, I’m […]

So much of Labour and the economic left’s criticism of the māori party and its conduct in government with National is little more than the howling of self-interested Pākehā angry […]

Paint your roof white, Marty G urges, and save the planet: Just painting the dark roof of a 100m2 house white offsets 10 tons of carbon emissions – over half […]