by Blair Ensor 7 May 2010
The Government is "conning" the public as it forges ahead with an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), despite Australia delaying its own scheme until 2013, says ACT MP and climate change spokesman John Boscawen.
Speaking at the Marlborough Federated Farmers annual meeting at the Copthorne Hotel yesterday afternoon, Mr Boscawen said the Government had made a number of "misleading, contradictory, and inconsistent justifications for continuing full steam ahead".
"Do not be fooled by any amount of National Party spin."
Tuesday, May 4 2010.
Friday, April 30 2010.
It is impossible to have any confidence in Dr Smith as Minister - he's in denial about the futility of the ETS; scrambling to justify a scheme that, while making no difference to the world climate, will come at a huge cost to our economy," Mr Boscawen said.
Federated Farmers Media Release 6 April 2010
John Boscawen MP, ACT New Zealand
Wednesday, May 5 2010.
ACT New Zealand Climate Change Spokesman John Boscawen today poured scorn upon Agriculture Minister David Carter’s claim at Mystery Creek that the Government needs to proceed with the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to avoid a potential trade backlash from Europe.
The Carbon Sense Coalition today claimed that the Rudd Resource tax was just another in a long line of taxes helping to depopulate rural Australia.
A TOMATO PLANT AS HIGH AS A 3-STORY
BUILDING? That's right!
Japanese physicist Dr. Kei Mori exposed plant life to
two of the conditions of the original world ecology -
before the Great Flood.
He grew tomato plants under a plastic dome which
filtered the ultraviolet rays; and he increased the
After two years, a cherry tomato plant was 16 feet tall,
with 903 tomatoes on it. After six years, the same
tomato plant was over 30 feet tall and had produced
over 5,000 tomatoes.