Monthly Archives: December 2011

A year of extremes

2011 wasn’t a great year for the environment or the climate, and, after this year, few of us will be in any doubt about what is meant by the term ‘extreme weather’. Continue reading

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Durban: Kyoto Protocol weakened and developing countries bullied

If you read the EU commissioner for climate action Connie Hedegaard’s summary of the outcomes of the Durban climate summit, it sounds like the talks were a great success. Hedegaard is trying to enforce the story that the EU is … Continue reading

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More ludicrous than lycra: stuck in the 80s

I never thought that trying to save the world would involve donning blue eye-shadow, woolly leg warmers, and blindingly bright 1980s gear! Thanks to Friends of the Earth Scotland’s recent ‘video-shoot’ stunt, it did. Saturday canadian viagra morning saw a … Continue reading

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