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AUGUST 3, 2012 [Article, George Monbiot] George Monbiot and the enviro-neocons
I’m getting a bit worried about George Monbiot. At one time he was one of the sharpest orators within the left/green environmental movement. All this demonstrates is that George Monbiot never understood the crisis of peak oil to begin with (see Jeremy Leggett of Solar Century’s rebuttal here also in the Guardian ).
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JANUARY 20, 2012 [Article, George Monbiot] Top 10 Green Blog articles from 2011
Here's the top 10 articles on Green Blog from 2011. So there is no wonder that our number one post on Green Blog was about the Fukushima nuclear accident. The third most-read article on Green Blog highlighted a new Greenpeace campaign against Europe’s biggest car company Volkswagen (VW). link] [link]. 2. link].
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MARCH 5, 2007 [Article, George Monbiot] Green TV
Clashing with this is Dispatches: Greenwash (8:00pm Channel 4), where George Monbiot tears into the UK Government's Climate Change efforts (no doubt with some relish). You can read the gist of this in the Guardian: the headline article and a piece from Monbiot himself. We'll just have to watch & see.
THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [Article, George Monbiot] Break the Climate Stalemate Between the Global South and the North
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2009
Recently, India and China jointly called on the Global North to take the lead in reducing emissions and providing money and green
technology to developing countries. Global economic growth is the major cause of rising emissions,” writes British journalist George Monbiot
. If either fails to step up, the planet is in trouble. MORE >>
ECO_LIVING [Article, George Monbiot] Less Is More?
| TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2007
Writing in today's Guardian (but unfortunately nowhere to be seen on-line), our old friend George Monbiot
rips into "Green
Consumerism" saying that it never suggests you consume 'less' and only focusses on consuming 'better'. Tags: services second hand consumption green
consumerism As usual I half agree with him. MORE >>