WHY WERE THESE PAGES
On 29th March 2001 George Bush turned America's
back on the Kyoto treaty, defaming his country internationally for its failure
to get to grips with the excessive pollution that it causes. The long term
future of the world has been mortgaged for short term gain. America has been
condemned worldwide as the cause of 25% of greenhouse gases, having just 4% of
the world population, and with no desire to see genuine change. Now Bush wants
to build more power plants, pushing that percentage ever higher, without a
thought that lower consumption may be a better remedy to his nation's energy
To mark this worldwide tragedy, these pages have
been black for five months. They were put back to normal on August 22nd -
unfortunately not because of any change of heart by the Toxic Texan.
The Shame of Ceredigion
Dai Lloyd Evans - undemocratic and unprincipled.
Right to Roam?
Should people have the right to roam on any
land on which they do not cause damage? What about the whole concept of
land ownership? Are we stuck with a 17th century misconception?
Is fuel tax too high? Find out what we think, and why. Have your say,
and join in the on-line vote
Are incomers like foot and mouth disease? Should the English be
monitored and controlled? Are rich English incomers destroying the
fabric of Welsh communities?
The Welsh language stirs strong emotion.
See the latest article on the subject
The article on this page has elicited strong emotions on all sides.
Read a short
piece by Kenneth Morgan presenting another point of view.
What can we do? Are we all doomed? or is there really a sensible way to reduce
fuel consumption in a way that will not destroy our economies.
Have your say. I will post all views here with attributions, just send your
views to email@example.com and
tell the world how you feel.
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