Sunday, 6 June 2010

Bias at the ABC? Nothing to see, move along now.

From tonight's TV guide:

A group of 20 artists, scientists and educators travel to the remote and beautiful Arctic island of Spitzbergen to exchange ideas and plot ways of communicating to the wider world, concerns about the environment and climate change.
The diverse gathering on this Cape Farewell expedition include highly respected names in the fields of writing, video, sculpture, choreography, photography and music and their work there is a stunning statement on the anxieties about global warming.

This was covered by James Dellingpole in the Spectator earlier this month. For some reason, it is only available in Google cache.

1 comment:

Paco said...

Great piece by Dellingpole.