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The Coffee House … happy new year all for 2008!

The environment was the no.1 issue for 2007. The Australian government was toppled, Bush’s Bali goons were booed & isolated, the IPCC stopped using ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ when talking the science of climate change and Gore got his gong. Oh … Continue reading

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Dedicated to the plight and conservation of the orangutan; see here for details. Please note; this site has moved to http://www.environmentdebate.co.uk 🙂

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China: on the edge of 21st Century debate?

image: Yue Minjun’s “Execution”. China; exploding population, burgeoning middle class aspirations, endemic corruption, suffocating pollution, water shortage, widening wealth gap, land grab riots. But the people are beginning to ever so carefully speak out. They need to. We need them. … Continue reading

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