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Jess Berentson-Shaw Just pay cash UBI basic income

Giving cash to the poor is the best way to fix poverty

OPINION: They might not be popular, but cash transfers with no strings attached are the best bet for reducing family poverty, writes Jess Berentson-Shaw. “Unconditional Cash Transfers work better than almost anyone would have expected. They dent the stereotype of poor people as inherently feckless and ignorant”. This is the conclusion reached by The Economist […]

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Geoff Simmons climate-change-strategy-nz

Dealing with criminals in climate fraud

The Government’s plan for meeting our Kyoto Protocol commitment and 2020 emissions reduction target was released this month. It reveals a shocking truth: New Zealand has been a willing participant in a wholesale climate fraud. We’ve been dealing with criminals and fraudsters in order to meet our international obligations. If our reputation wasn’t shot to […]

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New Zealand – the climate Grinch

Earlier this month, the world received some very welcome news that global CO2 emissions are projected to fall in 2015 – the first time this has ever happened while the global economy has grown. Assuming it’s accurate, the world mainly has China to thank for this early Christmas present. Unfortunately when it comes to our […]

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