epolitix – reports that Green Party leader, Caroline Lucas, is calling for a “Green New Deal”.
letsrecycle – welcomes the Green Party pledge to double spending on recycling and waste management.
BBC – provides an at-a-glance review of the Green Party manifesto.
Myles Allen -on why he wont be voting Green.
The Telegraph – on why many of their readers (you would presume) will not be voting Green either.
The cold weather that hit much of the US and Europe over Winter was not proof of a great global warming scam. Nor is the theory of Climate change a conspiracy for global governance. In the past half-century, temperatures have been rising. Yet the climate “skeptics” refer to short-term events such as snowmageddon to outline their case.
That is why Greenopolis is hesitant to report acts of nature as if they are directly linked to climate change/global warming trends. However, this morning the world awoke to extreme landslides in Brazil, devastating storms in South Asia, earthquakes in China and this Volcano eruption in Iceland.
The impact that landslides, storms, earthquakes and volcanoes have on communities across the world reminds us all just how important it is to understand even the slightest of changes to our environment. For now though, sit back in awe at this amazing sight at Eyjafjallajökull (pronounced AY-uh-full-ay-ho-ku). It is a once in an every two hundred year event: