Archive for November 5th, 2009

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The Environment :Is the US proving itself to be the most selfish country on earth?

_46473213_sanfranprotestgetty466[1]Here are the world’s biggest carbon emitters and this is a list of  the richest countries in the world.  The United States is on both lists,  it is also been called the world’s most powerful .  So why do some people think that the US  isn’t doing enough when it comes to climate change ? Continue reading ‘The Environment :Is the US proving itself to be the most selfish country on earth?’

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Nov
09

On air: Your questions about Afghanistan

afgh4 This remains the most reported and discussed issue in the world. It’s been the case all week. And we’re aware that as well as a great deal of comment, many of you have questions you want answered about the country and the conflict. So we’re going to invite a panel of experts onto the show who we’re confident will be able to provide the information that you want. So please post questions, and we’ll update details of the panel as they’re booked. Continue reading ‘On air: Your questions about Afghanistan’

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Nov
09

Is being green a religion ?

nicholsonHere’s Tim Nicholson.

He’s won the right to take his employers  to a tribunal on the grounds he was unfairly dismissed because of his views on climate change.

Here’s one angry article condemning the decision.  All yours.

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Nov
09

Are you feeling the “recovery”?

bottled water Many of us have given up buying those things we liked when the world was hit with a global recession, but according to researchers at Mintel, a sign of economic recovery is that sales of bottled water go up.

And that’s not the only sign. In the last few days, there have been several reports saying the UK will join the US, Germany, France, China and Japan and come out of recession by the end of the year. Continue reading ‘Are you feeling the “recovery”?’