Just catching up on reading through my links on my day off, there’s a few things I’d like to recommend:
- Phil at Spinopsys has posted an interesting video about the high cost of free parking.
- Tim Lambert has been exposing the lies about DDT for ages, but his recent posts on the matter have been particularly good as he follows the money to find out where the “Rachel Carson is responsible for the deaths of millions of Africans” claim so beloved of anti-environmentalists came from.
- John Quiggin has written an excellent review of Clive Hamilton’s new book. The review serves as a concise history of the Howard government’s approach to climate change. Via Blogocracy.
- Nexus 6 finds that the Oz are very carefully targeting their advertising.
- Mark Diesendorf will be in Adelaide speaking about “Greenhouse Solutions with Sustainable Energy” this Thursday.
- Greens MLC Mark Parnell wants the SA Government to stop BHP’s free ride.
- The Denialism bloggers have a couple of great posts about cranks, first there is the how to guide , and then a case study – someone who will be familiar to readers of this blog, Alexander Cockburn. Also, you may have missed this link in an update to an old post, so here it is again: the Cockburn vs Monbiot debate.
That’s it for now, but I’ll get around to writing something myself some time soon.