What is more important: fixing potholes or fixing the environment?

What is more important: fixing potholes or fixing the environment? That’s what the Soil Association is asking the new government. They point out that the self described “one nation” government propose to spend  £640 million over 5 years for peatlands and trees in a “Nature for Climate” fund. “This is a good start, but it is worth noting that…

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NO NEED TO GIVE UP HOPE

Last week’s election result saw the end of many people’s hopes for a government that would pursue justice here in the UK and internationally. Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn would have taxed the rich to restore pubic services and recognised Palestine’s right to exist, to take just two issues. But it put him up against the billionaire media and the Israel…

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Climate Change Protests

The centre of Brighton was full of marchers last Friday calling for climate change action, pics are by Ian Henshall Cofee Plant owner who lives down there. He estimates the turnout at up to 20,000, massive for Brighton. One of the main reasons Coffee Plant sell organic Fairtrade whenever we can is out of respect for the planet. Protests…

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