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Wakeman seeks AIA AGM Resolutions

Media Release AIA AGM Peter Wakeman (shareholder)

On 21 September 2017 Peter Wakeman e-mailed The Secretary for Auckland International Airport seeking

RESOLUTIONS FOR THE OCTOBER 2017 AGM

1. ‘Investigate ways that Jet A1 fuel could be unloaded from a ship via pipeline to holding tanks on Auckland Airport grounds that could be utilized by any company which supplies fuel to required standards.’
(In support of resolution1, on September 20 at 7 pm, on theTV1 Leaders Debate, the Leader of the Opposition supported the idea of funding an extra fuel storage.)

2. ‘Investigate other areas of business that reduce CO2 emissions that the company can be involved in due to forecast climate change.’ (In support I would refer you to my interview with Professor Guy Mc Pherson)
Interview Guy Mcpherson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ5ASrORkXM

3. ‘Lobby the New Zealand Government to support the use of debt-free money to make climate change financially viable, rather than using the proceeds from tax or debt to private bankers, to reduce CO2 emissions in the environment. (In support I would refer you to a video explaining how money is created )
Money as Debt I - Revised Edition 2009 (Full Movie)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nBPN-MKefA&t=133s

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