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https://twitter.com/MichaelBTI/status/651503672002785281 Outrageous & Orwellian for @Oxfam to lobby to deny cheap energy to poorest people in world. #ElectrifyAfrica http://t.co/b2P09Gn7rP— Mike Shellenberger (@MichaelBTI) October 06, 2015 Oxfam world HQ looks like such a pleasant place to work. Grid electricity. Effective security. Ample parking. http://t.co/lsxTf2DN6b— Mike Shellenberger (@MichaelBTI) October 06, 2015 Here's @Oxfam's luxury office building in …

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It just happen to be cheaper tonight otherwise I would never go over to the dark side. Organic has a worse carbon footprint and uses DHMO, but I do not care either way for this crime against the climate I just committed.

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https://twitter.com/RogerAPielkeSr/status/627888796562927616/photo/1 A schematic of climate system from nap.edu/openbook.php?r… Changes are much more than changes in CO2 concentrations http://t.co/g8gs44UnN8— Roger A. Pielke Sr (@RogerAPielkeSr) August 05, 2015

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I am not surprised only 7% of Auckland’s take public transport to work considering it takes much longer than any other form of commuting. Source: New Zealand Household Travel Survey: Travel to work, by main urban area results (3-year moving average). The average commute by public transport is 40 minutes as compared to less than …

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#moreinclusivenz @povertymonitor Killer graphs & #infographics by NZ Children's Commissioner. Shameful content, NZ http://t.co/mG987C5kh0— Isabella Cawthorn (@fixiebelle) July 26, 2015 Nothing much has happening to child poverty before housing costs in New Zealand since the early 1980s. It is after housing costs poverty that is crucifying the children in New Zealand. Source: Bryan Perry, Household …

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All homeowners have an incentive to stop new housing because if developers build too many homes, prices fall, and housing is many families’ main asset. But in cities with many Democrats and Green Party members, environmental concerns might also be a factor. The movement might be too eager to preserve the past. Matthew Kahn via …

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@GreenpeaceNZ picking your scientific consensus? denying the consensus on GMOs but not global warming?http://t.co/DVGqOBX0gS — Jim Rose (@JimRose69872629) August 9, 2015 US researchers: the idea that global warming has slowed is "no longer valid" grnpc.org/IgDMn via @BBCWorld http://t.co/bIDhaWPV3r—   (@Greenpeace) June 05, 2015 Brace yourself. Global warming is 'set to speed up to rates not …

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The benefit is large and positive in many places in the west because the western electricity grid is relatively clean – primarily a mix of hydro, nuclear, and natural gas. The benefit is large and negative in many places in the east because the eastern electricity grid primarily relies more heavily on coal and natural …

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Writing this blog of sound mind and sober disposition, I still have considerable sympathy with two organic farmers over a land use conflict they have with the neighbouring gun range. Local land use regulations allows a gun club to set up 600 m away with competitive shooting days all day for 88 days a year. …

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James Hansen just totally destroyed Hillary Clinton's climate plan. goo.gl/N8n9Cz http://t.co/ef8bElDBBn— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) July 29, 2015

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Last May, the Dominion Post had a feature on how New Zealand inequality was amongst the worst in the world: Rising inequality has been the norm in most developed countries, but few have seen it increase by as much as New Zealand. Since the 1980s, New Zealand’s inequality – which had been low by OECD …

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