Letter: We shouldn't be the first lemming

Last updated 12:40 04/05/2010

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OPINION: The body of "manmade climate change" is so dead that it's starting to stink.

You can tell by the stampede of people moving away from it.

If Phil Jones, the father of anthropogenic global warming, admits there's been no global warming since 1995, then climate change is probably a normal thing. New Zealand shouldn't be the first lemming to jump off the cliff by taxing emissions.

SUSAN FRASER

Crofton Downs


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