Animals don’t affect climate
Thank you for your letter Mr Woodroofe. I always welcome feedback especially when it concerns the way in which we gather news and tell it in your community newspaper – the Matamata Chronicle. To grow or keep moving forward, I believe it is essential for readers and members of our community to let us know about what we are doing well and how we can do things better. It is also important for our readers to know that we endeavour to cover every event in this town but in some cases we rely heavily on you, the members of our community to inform us. My door is always open. I extend an invitation to you to come and sit and have a coffee and a chat with me any time to discuss these concerns. Why do the leader of the Greens, and the Minister of Climate Change insist that agricultural practices add to the burden of carbon-containing gases in the air?
If their education at school in basic science had been adequate they would know that all the