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Links 1 through 10 of 32 by Peter Cresswell tagged Sustainability

I turned with excitement and expectation to Rodney Hide's lunchtime speech, a speech Rodney himself had excitedly called "an important speech to set the scene for ACT for the year." Oh dear. Rodney appears to have been drinking from the same trough as Joh

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Biofuels from corn, from vegetable oil and from animal fats -- what about liposuctioned ass fat? Too late. This dickhead has already thought about it; he's sailing round the world to promote 'sustainable fuels,' and he's "powering his speedboat with biodi

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Housing unaffordability isn't just an issue here in NZ, it's a problem worldwide -- or at least in those cities worldwide in which planners have locked up land, regulated its use, and forced people to live in the way that planners have decreed they live.

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IS THAT TRUE? If we assume here that "sustainable" means something like, "good for the environment," is it really true to say that the invisible hand of the market doesn't deliver a good environment? Well, no it's not. In fact, quite the reverse.

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WHY SMART GROWTH DELIVERS CARPET SPRAWL. Smart Growth delivers Carpet-Sprawl because even the most rigorous Smart Growth city eventually has to extend its Metropolitan Urban Limit (MUL) to provide more land for residential, commercial and industrial use.

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NZ HERALD: Helen Clark will kick off the parliamentary year next Tuesday with the opening speech. She said it would outline the programme for the year based on the theme of sustainability.

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As they say, the reason for the end of the Stone Age was not because we ran out of stones, it was because someone produced better things to use than stones. It was the human mind applied to production that produced those better things; it isthe human mind

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When it comes to sprawl, to housing and to regulations on housing, I'm Pro-Choice. What that means, in short, is this: * Let people live where they will. * Restricting where and how people live is wrong, and reflects the use of force to impose th

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In this whole world, there is nobody more generous than the miser—the man who could deplete the world's resources but chooses not to. Ebenezer Scrooge. Hero to both John Key and Al Gore. [Hat tip Stephen Hicks]

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"A mixture of carrots and sticks." That was how Aunty Helen described the method whereby her Government intends to take us into the promised land of "carbon neutrality" (All Hail the Great God Gore!).

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