Again, not a complete view of whats happening by David or Mike
just coz the media don't report it as much, don't think everyones forgotton it
try looking at these places to seem some people who are still campaigning on these issues
http://www.foe.co.uk/ front page has campaign on pesticides/environmental justice - dig a little deeper to find things about waste etc, and if you actually want to do something about htem try http://www.foe.co.uk/get_involved/campaign_actions_index.html
http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/ front page has campaigns on watre pollution and rainforest deforestation
From: British archaeology discussion list [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Mike Haseler
Sent: 26 August 2011 12:51
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Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Fw: Climate Change
On 26/08/2011 09:31, Dave Tooke wrote:
> Environmental concerns and the Green Movement were politically marginal
> until Maggie suddenly decided they had a point, and tentativley embraced
> some of the ideas. Since then the anti-pollution movement has been
> subsumed into the current Climate Change agenda, and now it is almost
> impossible to think of environmental issues other than as Climate Change.
> Fears about acid rain, dioxins, heavy metals in oceans and lakes, plastic
> refuse killing animals and fishes (as opposed being a contributor to
> Change), etc. appear now to be a quaint refelection of the hippy
> years, and
> are again relegated to a low priority, compared to the all important and
> religiously maintained Climate Change agenda.
> Which I think is a bit of a shame really.
why do you think I'm so passionately against the "global warming" nonsense?
And how convenient it is that all those environmental issues which
affect the oil companies have been so quietly forgotten and ... how
convenient it is that energy prices have gone up do that energy
companies get more money for everything they sell (for less effort) ...
and we are now spending a £billion a year which could e.g. have gone
into preserving our heritage rather than digging it up to build windfarms.
Having been in it near the beginning (2000 - I was selected to go on
the list as a Green Candidate in Scotland) I was always struck by the
way the oil companies pushed wind energy. I've no doubt they were not
And ... now that you mention Maggie Thatcher, it becomes clearer why she
might have so enthusiastic sent the whole environmental movement down a
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