If you're at all worried by damage to the environment...

(55 Posts)
PuzzledBear Sun 29-Sep-13 23:09:52

You might be interested in this campaign I've come across. They're trying to make the destruction of ecosystems a crime - ecocide - like genocide. If the proposal gets enough votes, it gets to be considered by the European Parliament. Have a look: [http://www.endecocide.eu/]

SalisburyMummy Wed 06-Nov-13 21:42:24

Interesting debate. No protests probably don't work to effect direct change but they do raise awareness so the majority can do the things that definitely work...switching power suppliers to green energy for example.

I have started a group Mums against fracking check out my fb page if you want to do something about the planned ecocide that will happen before any law can be passed!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/249553771863223/

SalisburyMummy Tue 20-May-14 17:18:03

Couldn't agree with you more Pitterpatterfamilias. Its great that people are trying to do something to stop corporate greed from ruining the planet for all of us. well done to these lawyers..i bet they could have made waaay more money working towards less ethical pursuits so good on them!

CFSKate Wed 21-May-14 10:37:51
Squidstirfry Wed 21-May-14 17:23:11

Fantastic link, thanks for sharing.

I completely agree that the continuing destruction of the earth's ecosystem and finite resources need to be challenged.

Flatpackhamster on here, and other like-minded climate chage deniers will unfortuately be content to let things continue as they are, and even defend the position of capital over life. I'm not one of them.

sarahquilt Tue 27-May-14 03:08:20

I hate to be the voice of doom but it's too late. The destruction of the environment has already gone too far. In 100 years a lot of Europe will be under water.

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