TVNZ: Sir Peter Gluckman interviewed by Paul Holmes

Q+A’s Paul Holmes interviews the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor Professor Sir Peter Gluckman about the Global Research Alliance, an international initiative set up by New Zealand to investigate how best to reduce agricultural emissions.

The GRA’s first meeting took place recently in Wellington, and Gluckman commented on the GRA and its purpose, as well as touching on other subjects including the influence of anthropogenic carbon dioxide on the atmosphere, the IPCC errors and the ETS.

An excerpt: (read in full here, and video can be found here)

“Well what it is is an agreement for now some 30 countries to cooperate to do research which is aimed primarily to reduce the amount of emissions that come from agriculture, and in doing so to do so in the environment knowing that we have to increase the global world food supply by about 50% over the next 30 years.”