Tag Archives: climate change
Posted on27. Aug, 2010 by paul b.
A stereotypical Brit’s main topic of conversation is the weather. Unlike living closer to the tropics where the weather can often be described as same as yesterday, we seem to be able to have four seasons in one day. Just as a reasonable summer in the UK was cut short by a cold snap the […]
Posted on20. Jul, 2010 by paul b.
30 years ago when I was a fresh faced naive graduate I was sitting chatting to my bank manager who was nearing retirement and the conversation turned to the topic of that age … How we were all going to be working a 4day week in the future!.. The BM’s realism and experience quickly cut […]
Posted on29. Jun, 2010 by paul b.
If it goes ahead, the tree belt would be 15km wide and nearly 8,000km long and run all the way across Africa.
The tree belt, would run from Senegal in the west to Djibouti in the east through 11 countries, in an effort to halt the advance of the Sahara Desert.
It has always puzzled us at Green Planet that it is usually still born, as it is a total win for everybody
Posted on23. Jun, 2010 by admin.
All it needs is the desire from Government and vested interests to make change happen…After all no one is going to give up their cars are they?
Lets take if for what it is the whole Gulf fiasco is a wake up call for us all.
Posted on17. Apr, 2010 by admin.
I’m confused… there I’ve said it. Confused, because I’ve seen opinions about what will happen and what are the consequences and absolutely masses of information on what needs to be done….plus we are all experiencing price hikes… and surcharges on plane usage, like an increase in fares is going to stop people flying and help […]