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DESPOT, MARTYR, AND FOOL

BY TIM WATERMAN

Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, has switched off the public life support to London’s embattled Garden Bridge, a tempestuous, contested, and deeply symbolic idea that will die tightly clutching a sheaf of contemporary perversions of the civic good, a cautionary portfolio of design’s worst addictions. 722 more words

LAM ONLINE

Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist review – why the human race is heading for the fire | Books | The Guardian

According to Kingsnorth, such people find it hard to be honest with themselves. He was once one of them. We might tell ourselves that The People are ignorant of The Facts and that if we enlighten them they will Act.

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Near Term Human Extinction

L'oreal botanics - sounds good eh!?

I won’t do too many of these kinds of posts, but had to cover this one.

So, L’oreal have entered the natural market, or have they? 179 more words

MUSINGS

Its not always what it CEMS.

What could be the objective of this coal-fired power plant for publishing its weekly air emission data in a nationally circulated newspaper? I find it quite strange and they even have to put it on the front page which calls for much public attention.   308 more words

Sustainability

No green

No greenwash with wildwash

It’s Crufts here in the UK in a couple of days, which means an army of dog lovers (me included) get to watch cool hounds swagger down the ‘cat’walk (I’m imagining carnage right now). 166 more words

Skincare

Cool Greenwashing

My last post in my other blog Fast Food Greenwash was posted last October 7, 2012.  I haven’t seemed to access that blog for a quite a while since I haven’t had any work related to the fast food industry or they say “quick-serve restaurant” for quite a while.   452 more words

Sustainability

#Axe Drax Protest at Drax Power Station marks 10 years since first Climate Camp

We joined more than 60 people from across the UK and across the climate movement in an #Axe Drax  protest at Drax Power Station on… 407 more words

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