We have come a long way – of course we’re not there yet – when the Chairman of Nissan Europe writes an op ed piece for The Age such as this.http://www.theage.com.au/comment/collective-action-is-vital-to-keep-the-electric-car-revolution-on-the-road-20171029-gzaexx.html
The book by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway Merchants of Doubt gives chapter and verse regarding big business and their circumvention of environmental protections. Who is surprised to see Monsanto included in the cabal of companies putting profit before people?
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Apropos Peter Garrett and the return of the Oils, it’s a sad statement about our political structures and processes when a rock musician has the potential to deliver greater success than a Cabinet Minister.
Talk of the NEG as a social licence failure shows that both the policy and the politics are still toxic. There are so many examples (and now the ROC, the AFP and the AWU debacle) to show that the Turnbull government isn’t doing either well.
These dissident Coalition MPs pushing for an earlier end to renewable energy subsidies in the photograph accompanying The Guardian article bring to mind my early teaching years. I reckon I had Year 9 boys in the back row of my science classes with more understanding of scientific principles than these class clowns
This is a classic Greek recipe that you can serve to your ovo/lacto-vegetarian guests with confidence – it is always good.
This is a very tasty dish to serve up in meals of a variery of cuisines. While it is from an Indian vegetarian cook book I found in India, it is a welcome dish on almost any table.
This is a great way to spice up the humble spud. I’ve yet to find a person who doesn’t tuck into this dish with enthusiasm.
Didn’t take long for the wheels to fall off the NEG if you look at all of the articles below. And thanks First Dog.