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Entries Tagged as 'Global Warming'

Greening Horsham

March 27th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Politics

I was out in Horsham town centre this morning doing some anti-BNP campaigning and met these lovely people from Greening Horsham. Their objective is to get as many residents of Horsham to make commitments to make small changes in their behaviour, and display a card in their window to show that they are doing it. […]

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The bad science of global warming

November 13th, 2009 · Comments Off on The bad science of global warming · Life

Is this story about the acceleration of the melting of the Greenland ice sheet another example of what Philip Circus would call ‘the bad science of global warming‘? Just another bit of bandwagon-rolling by those ‘eco-fascist’ scientists with their faddy peer reviews and millions of dollars worth of imaging satellites I suppose Phil?

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More Tory climate change denial

November 4th, 2009 · 5 Comments · Politics

Last week there was an interesting post at Next Left about the attitudes of prominent Tory bloggers to climate change.  One of our local newspapers this week has a column to show that it is not just prominent Tories who hold suspect opinions on the topic: even the obscure ones are joining in the chorus.

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Things to not think about #94

January 20th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Life

Anyone who finds it very hard to get truly dreadful, traumatic mental images out of their brain should not read any further…

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Ugly Buildings. Again.

January 8th, 2007 · Comments Off on Ugly Buildings. Again. · Politics

There were two interesting articles in the papers today, which I will attempt to clumsily relate to each other. The first was Ashley Seager in the Guardian, arguing that we need a land tax to replace council tax and possibly allow reductions in VAT as well, and the second was in the Argus: a story […]

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Keeping it green?

September 25th, 2006 · 2 Comments · Life

Saturday’s Guardian had a 100-page ‘green living guide’, stuffed full of information and guidance on how to tread lightly on the planet. I can’t help thinking that the message was a little undermined by the sheer size of the Saturday paper, with 166 ‘Berliner’ pages spread across 8 sections, a glossy colour magazine, 100 pages […]

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The battle of the sexes

November 28th, 2005 · Comments Off on The battle of the sexes · Life, Work

Now the weather has got a bit wintry it is time for the annual battle of the sexes. The venue is just about every office in the country, where some people (mainly men) have the air conditioning turned on and others (mainly women) have space heaters plugged in under the desk.

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