Tuesday, 23 July 2019 07:58

Full credit

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OPINION: Credit where due, NZ Herald at least reported that agricultural leadership had pitched in to do its bit. 

Even Fish & Game had the good grace to admit this consensus between the Government and industry was good.

Read: Media bias against farming isn’t new in this country, but the level of ignorance among journalists is off the charts these days...

And RNZ acknowledged that there is no technology to measure emissions at farm level, quoting Dr Harry Clark, “Only 2% of farmers know what their greenhouse gas emissions are but there is no single technology yet to measure them.”

Newshub risked bringing the whole of Grey Lynn and inner-city Wellington down on its head by publishing Peter Williams’ comment that anyone daring to question the legitimacy of the ‘climate emergency’ narrative risks being labeled as ‘in denial’ and much worse.

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