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1. Green Loan changes
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In the budget Rudd announced that the Green Loan program would now be smaller, but interest free see
... which the Victorian government is keen to take advantage of. Of course, politics is politics. Theophaneous concluded that renewables could not meet all of Australia’s needs, and that so-called “Clean ...
There is a good summary of the PM's task force's recommendations, and a comparison of these with the state schemes on the site of Blake Dawson Waldron lawyers. In key aspects the proposals from the States ...
The Prime Ministers Climate Change Task force reported yesterday. Essentially it reported what everyone expected, i.e. it admits that we can't deny that climate change exists, and is important but it ...
... awareness. Nevertheless the world tipped into carbon politics over the past 6 months. The changed world. The political climate has not only made greenhouse central to elections it has led to a bidding ...
6. ALP goes dirty
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Kevin Rudd has just done what what John Howard has failed to do for years - convince many environmentalists not to support Labor at the coming federal election. By ending Labor's "No New Uranium Mines" ...
I recently corresponded with the staff of our local federal Labor MP about Labor's lack of a climate change policy, and my decision as a result of it to neither preference Labor nor Liberals at the recent ...
Gore recently testified to the US house and senate, and made some serious recommendations . There is an article about them on Grist. They are serious recommendations getting to 90% reduction by 2050 ...
Vote Climate has done a side-by-side comparison of the platforms of the various parties vying for power in the NSW election. It does a pretty good job, though could be improved (see below). Its noticeable ...
... existence. We believe climate change policy and action should be beyond party politics and should head all political and public agendas. The purpose of the forum is for political candidates to outline ...
Isn't it about time we had an opposition party in Australia? Labor is once again moving to join the Liberals in opposition to our environment, by moving under Beazley's insistence to support new uranium ...
I thought this topic was over , but Rolling Stone has published a comprehensive and well referenced article on exactly how the US presidential election of 2004 was rigged. Anyone with any sense who was ...
From The Age: Twelve of Australia's leading political, business and media figures have been accused of conspiring to mislead the public about climate change. Speaking at the Australia-New Zealand Climate ...
A video of Bush lip sync-ing with Blair, sounds korny, but its very well done. See "http://www.zen15631.zen.co.uk/bb.mpg"
By Stephen Zunes Stephen Zunes <<mailto:zunes@usfca.edu> zunes@usfca.edu > is an associate professor of politics and chair of the Peace & Justice Studies Program at the University of ...
Scariest thing I've seen in a long time, justifies war as a means to extend globalisation, from an adviser to the US Secretary of Defense. "That is why the public debate about this war has been ...
As expected the US is buying security council votes. This article from AP News covers - country by country - how its being done. See "http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/2003030
This is one of the most elequant statements I've seen, by a twenty year career diplomat who believes that convincing people of the wisdom of the presidents position no longer coincides with upholding the ...
Sadaam Hussein is an evil unelected dictator (of course he was when the US was supplying him with weapons of mass destruction), but killing hundred's of thousands of innocent civilians in any attempt to ...
20. The ecology of memes
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... The Ecology of Intentions: How to make Memes and Influence People: Culturology The New Style of War -- a Struggle among Memes: David Brin . Memes Meta-Memes and Politics By H. Keith Henson  ...
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