Milking the Climate

The above infographic was created for the Science Media Centre to coincide with the launch of the revised New Zealand emissions trading scheme (ETS) which came in to effect last July.

New Zealand emissions have grown by over 20% above 1990 levels. The ETS is a first attempt to cialis buying online'>cialis buying online price carbon dioxide and vivomediaarts.com other greenhouse gas emissions, in a bid to reduce emissions growth.

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Alternative Design

Here’s an earlier concept which didn’t make the cut…

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  1. Oh dear, that paints a pretty clear picture not everyone will like. Amazing how the use of viagra without a prescription your little icons really adds meaning. I laughed out loud, felt guilty, was resentful of farmers, spluttered on my coffee (with milt in it) felt hypocritical, tweeted your infographic and thought about a completely unrelated poster of cat-woman I remember from my childhood all at the same time.

    1. Strictly speaking that figure accounts for all agriculture, including sheep farming, swine and deer. But dairy/cattle do make up the vast majority of these emissions.