What is this woman doing in Parliament?
If ACT were on the climate case they would be taking a more precautionary principled, constitutional and (property) rights based approach, namely 'contraction and convergence' (C&C, see http://gci.org.uk/ ). But Heather, like the rest of NZ was duped with a consultation process that was gravely flawed. All views were not at the table. The stakehold interests in NZ's CC agenda (yes, out comes the conspiracy's) can be likened to that of big pharma, big sugar, big tobacco and big oil. We can ignore the evidence at our collective peril and steer ourselves ourselves into the unmanageable outcomes or we can turn the ship around albeit slowly and save our collective arses. The primary stakeholders in business as usual must be challenged. There is nothing inconsistent in ACT principles with this strategy. It is the only game in town. /Blair