The CAT Zero Carbon Britain 2030 report which came out 16 June 2010 has some interesting ideas in it, but I wasn’t immediately convinced by this one (as reported in the Ecologist): Thirteen million hectares in Britain are used mainly for grazing livestock and growing feed for them. By cutting the numbers of cows (by […]


100 months to save the world

by mel starrs on August 3, 2008

in Opinion, Theory and Comment

The NEF (New Economics Foundation) launched the New Green Deal earlier in July. The Guardian this week has been full of Andrew Simms‘ rallying call of “100 months*” left to save the world. I’m reading through all the links (some below for your viewing pleasure) and digesting what it all means, but in the meantime, […]