Posted 17 June 2016
"The Royal Society of New Zealand has released a study claiming that in the next hundred years, New Zealand sea levels will surely rise by 0.3m, and 1m rise is possible. It strongly recommends that we should be taking action now to deal with this. The Royal Society claim does not stand up to close examinatiion," Dr Willem De Lange and Bryan Leyland explained why in an article in National Business Review.
Download pdf file [here ](sealevel rise nbr.june16.pdf)
The Royal Society of NZ has responded - [here ](rsnz responds.pdf)
Bryan Leyland adds further comment [here ](bwl _jr.pdf)
Read 147 comments in NBR here (scroll down)