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The RSPCA are being criticised for upholding the law of the land. You couldn't make it up.
A wind turbine fell down. Thousands evacuated, swathes of countryside irradiated for centuries. Not.
Maybe it's time consumers imposed austerity on the 1% by choosing to buy local, sustainable, organic, low carbon, cooperative.
If you're alive, you have an influence on the world. You already have responsibility - you don't need to be elected to make a change.
Whistleblowers don't do it because they hope to change the world. They do it because their conscience won't allow them not to.
Many people who used to talk about the risk of climate change have gone very quiet. That's because the climate is now speaking for itself.
There's definitely intelligent life on Earth, but I really wonder sometimes if it includes us.
If the government hadn't acted, we'd be like Greece, with people losing their homes and starving with no income. Oh, wait ...
Please read this incredibly important piece from @saveourwoods - "biodiversity offsetting" concept a major threat http://saveourwoods.co.uk/articles/opinion/the-arrogance-that-is-biodiversity-offsetting/ …
If we had publicly owned utility companies whose purpose was to serve society, they could use their untold billions to retrofit us all.
Lots of dead umbrellas round the place - must have come out of hibernation too early.
Fracking chemicals 'could cause infertility, cancer and birth defects'
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/10520735/Fracking-chemicals-could-cause-infertility-cancer-and-birth-defects.html … blimey, from the Telegraph, must be serious.
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