Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Little Bo Peep, had long fed her sheep, on grass grown with dressings of nitrogen. So how could she moan, when from Kyoto they came home, wagging flatulence meters behind them? New Zealand Herald, 23 June 2003.
Reference Number: DX-002-288
Shows Little Bo Peep with a top-dressing plane in the background. Relates to the Labour Government proposal to tax stock emissions as part of New Zealand's compliance with the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions.
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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Little Bo Peep, had long fed her sheep, on grass grown with dressings of nitrogen. So how could she moan, when from Kyoto they came home, wagging flatulence meters behind them? New Zealand Herald, 23 June 2003., Reference Number DX-002-288 (1 digitised items)
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