An­i­mals don’t af­fect cli­mate

Matamata Chronicle - - Opinion -

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

Hil­ton Woodroofe

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