Changing attitudes

Well done to feature the dangers here in New Zealand and to the wider world over the changing climate (NZ Herald, September 17). I took particular note of Victoria University Associate Professor Taciano Milfont, who has been tracking attitudes over time, based on an Australasian study. The collective view found conservative white males disproportionately more likely to deny climate change.
Looking at the political landscape of our own country, we see two prominent leaders, conservative in their thinking, wanting to become very powerful in the running of this country. Neither shows much regard for climate change.
Simon Bridges, conservative leader

Climate fault

Behavioural shift

Saudi fuel

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Unstable supply

Slick move

Petrol reserves

Labour inquiry

Decision time

Great service

Short & Sweet

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