George Monbiot and the enviro-neocons

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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. But I’ve noticed a distinct change in tone and I fear he might be doing a bit of “a Bellamy ” (ironically enough for those who don’t understand that last one, check out Monbiot’s own post on the downward spiral of Bellamy ). Monbiot specifically brings up “ tight oil ” (which he refers to as “ shale oil ”).

The Nuclear Meltdown of George Monbiot

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Many people will recognise that description of George Monbiot in his role as one of Britain’s leading environmental journalists. Sadly, few of those descriptors apply to the George Monbiot who is now championing nuclear energy. The George Monbiot We Knew.

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Top 10 Green Blog articles from 2011

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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. Our second most-read article had a more educational approach and instead tried to explained the term "e-waste" – something the author seems to have succeeded with quite well considering it's position here. The Nuclear Meltdown of George Monbiot.

A Call for a Green Enlightenment

The Green Changemakers

The Worldchanging Canada Team November 11, 2008 7:40 AM This article was written by Lynn McDonald in February 2007. We need a comparable "green Enlightenment" to prompt the next set of reforms: those necessary to combat climate change. So must the green Enlightenment now called for.

Actions Not Words - The five goals Rio+20 should have announced

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The Rio text, has been described by George Monbiot , Guardian Environment Blogger, as best accompanied by drawings of “ rainbows and psychedelic unicorns ”. Full Disclosure Statement: The GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW received no compensation for any component of this article. This article is for your information only and the GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW does not (necessarily) approve, endorse or recommend the product, service or company mentioned