Saturday, 23 April 2011

Don't scrap environment laws

From 38 Degrees: "it was revealed that the government might scrap vital laws which protect wildlife and the countryside and help stop climate change. Hardliners have branded the rules ‘red tape’ and say they could be scrapped within months."

More Tory / Lib Dem assualts on the environment. Do they not understand that it is the environment that keep us alive, feeds us? Do they not understand that we are part of it and they are damaging people as well as wildlife? Clearly not. Some countries are beginning to understand, well done Bolivia.

To David Cameron, Nick Clegg and the Coalition government,

Look after our countryside and our environment. Don't scrap the laws which protect them

  • Laws to protect British wildlife, tackle climate change and promote a clean environment aren't "red tape"
  • Keep your promise to be the "greenest government ever": make protecting our environment and countryside a priority

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