Category Archives: Economics

The Re-Insurance Industry and Climate Hype

  Here’s an article by Christopher Booker in London’s Telegraph.  He says the warmists have sound financial grounds for climate hype, “But no financial interest stands to make more from exaggerating the risks of climate change than the re-insurance industry, which charges … Continue reading

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CFLs Contain Mercury – Submission to EECA

NZ’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is reviewing the Minimum Energy Performance Standard (MEPS) for Compact Fluorescent Lamps.  They produced a discussion document and invited submissions.  Submissions closed today, 28 Feb 2011.  Here’s what I sent them. Submission on … Continue reading

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