Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Greenpeace Dodge the Truth 12 Times

12 policies to save the climate and our planet | Greenpeace UK

Greenpeace dodge the truth yet again.

Like Al Gore before them in an inconvenient truth their inconvenient truth for them is that eating less meat is the single most powerful thing you can do for the planet.

so yeah - well done for getting on the roof of Parliament in London, well done for capturing the nations attention, well done for forcing green issues higher up the UK political agenda....

But more important than anything if you want an immediate effect on saving the planet it's getting people to eat less meat. The implications go far beyond the simple arithmatic on gases caused by livestock farming and forest destruction to grow food to feed the animals - that's worse than all theworlds transport.

Not factored into that are the resources needed to treat people with heart problems, cancers, diabetes and host of other preventable diseases self inflicted and caused by bad, highly processed, vitamin and mineral deficient diets.

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