New Zealand Climate Realists’ Against ETS Wish List For 2010

Sheep and beef farmers, Neil and Esther Henderson of Te Karaka, Gisborne are not your average Kiwi couple. These two, who were new to political activism in 2009, felt so strongly that an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) should not be adopted in New Zealand, that they initiated a website and organised a petition which was presented to parliament. They have also been educating the public about the ETS and climate change, and thus far have spent close to $10,000 of their own money on taking action. They say that while the ETS legislation has passed and it is apparent the government intends to initiate the scheme in July 2010, they are not backing down – not now when man-made global warming has been proven to be a lie, [1,2,3,4,5].
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