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"dominant (Green) culture ... alienating"

The ‘Elite Green’ conundrum rears it’s ugly head.

[...]A new report, released today, shows that the staffs of mainstream green groups have been overrepresented with white men despite the groups’ intentions to be more colorful.

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Opponents seek to halt dam construction on SE Asia's second longest river

Fishermen sail their boats to the bank of the Nu River, also known as the Salween River, near Lushui in southwest China’s Yunnan province March 3, 2007. 871 more words


Health or Jobs?

A recent news report about the reaction of some officials in Alabama to the EPA’s new standards for carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants [ 241 more words


Action on the Climate Change Crisis

Despite the bad news that many politicians, and powerful corporate personnel refuse to acknowledge the existence of climate change, there is also positive news. The David Suzuki Foundation, for example, has published a summary of how some Canadian cities are responding to the need to reduce our use of energy. 59 more words


People's Climate March

Come on folks, it’s time to stand up and tell our government the people want clean energy and we want it now



What Francis told Radio 4 about fracking and methane emissions, water use, contamination and jobs

30th July 2014

Francis Egan, chief executive of the drilling company, Cuadrilla, went on the radio yesterday to answer questions from listeners about fracking.

Mr Egan rarely gives interviews or answers questions from journalists. 1,324 more words

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