Tuesday, April 10, 2001 3:11 PM

Subject: global warming

attn :
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See attached file.(rtf format) Thanks.
I hope you can read french ?
Bernard ROTH
Strasbourg, France

I wish to receive docs on Henrik SVENSMARK publications.

Thursday, March 29, 2001 11:27 PM

RE. Foot & mouth. I do not think a general election should be held during the current crisis.

Elaine Bostock

Sunday, March 25, 2001 8.05 PM

Dear Climate Campaigner

US President George W. Bush backtracks on pollution commitment! In a
letter sent on Tuesday to Republican Senators, Mr Bush has stated that
he will backtrack on his election campaign pledge to treat carbon
dioxide as a pollutant and cut its emissions from US power plants...more

Friday, March 23, 2001 3:32 PM


The problem isn't just confined to the state of the railways.
Train cancellations (Virgin trains in particular), and inaccurate information
have caused me to be late for both domestic and business appointments, in recent weeks.

David Fisher

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Thursday, March 22, 2001 12:28 AM

Environmental Pollution

Most of the technology, more so the luxury technology, is really all that luxurious?
Look at what it has done to our environment?
Some inventions have made the environment better and our lives safer but it has also changed and
effected crucial parts in our surroundings and put our lives in danger.

We should be more careful and think that there are other species on this planet other than us.
We have already done enough damage as it is, just how long will it take us humans to destroy everything?

Amy Malk


Wednesday, March 21, 2001 4:39 AM
Subject: gm foods and farmers

I have read most of the debate transcript, but it doesn't say much it will
effect the farmers who will grow the food, these are questions that I would
liked answered if possible, on the situation for the farmers. I think the
farmers of the world should have the chance to put there point of view in.
I am not against gm foods, or for it. But I believe that the farmers will be
effected by it if gm foods are produced. I am not a farmer but what I have
read form other debates and articles on gm foods, and I haven't found
anything that would help my research on farmers who are being effected by
the gm debate, and all I would like is my questions answered if it is

How are farmers involved with the genetic modification of foods?

Are genetically modified foods beneficial or harmful to the farmers? How?

How accurately are farmers keeping records of the genetically modified
crops they are involved with?

Are farmers experiencing any problems with genetically modified foods?

thank you very much, and I hope you can answer my questions ASAP
yours sincerely

Thursday, March 01, 2001 1:15 AM


in a swarm of tree hood each
twig nodding on its own weight in the
daring comparisons are made

silver sculptures
cast in molds of embryo

parting of light waves
white hot smoke under the microscope

slip nets and
the snapping of soft bone

on the summer, upstream
a canoe is meticulously weighted with

moon, mirror moon, we sing to you

we sing because your children are raped
and you do nothing

we sing because children are slaves
and you do nothing

we sing we sing

in a line of concrete posts each
stretching its chicken wire wings between
the trees
there is no place to play

someone whispers
like a motorway across the valley

splitting the grey tablets
in half the time it seems and why

she laughs last,
her lips upon the blackened bark

soon forgotten
she licks her teeth and stares at no one

from start to finish
not a word is spoken

we sing we sing

moon, mirror moon, we sing to you

yakoub islam

Saturday, February 17, 2001 12:11 AM

We live in begining of Millennium 3000, all people
(with every kind reliogen) can live together, so I would ask my self an
Why the juish (american, swidish, english, german, africaner, rusien...)
must go to live in Palastina and throw out and kild the palastiner??!!!

Monday, February 12, 2001 8:45 PM

Renewable Energy

Why is there not a greater effort being put into funding the research into finding alternative, renewable fuels.
Fossil fuels will inevitably run out. There was a designated amount of natural matter that has decomposed.
When we have drained the ground of this, what will we do?
The modern world will collapse.
No transport, electricity shortages etc...

Surely something should be done now, and not wait until the repercussions are about to hit us with an almighty slap!

Yoga Manjdadria


Saturday, February 10, 2001 10.29 AM

I do not know if anything is being done but I agree with you that although this (Amazon) deforestation would be disastrous we also have to consider the people themselves.
I have had an idea on this - whether it is workable I do not know - but it might be worth a try.

The Kyopo peoples live in the SA rainforest, they live well by farming the forest - and I mean farming -
but it is sustainable agriculture for both the people and the forest. It works by cutting down a circle of trees, so they fall outwards and create a circular clearing.
The trees are left where they fall and the ground is planted with a variety of crops, including root veg.
The second year the ground is burnt including the fallen trees, the resulting potash returned to the forest floor and the land farmed for a further 4 years or so,
when they move on to another area. The forest regenerates very quickly.
When the first clearing reaches its second year another clearing is started - it is an ongoing process and has worked successfully for thousands of years.

Perhaps it would be possible to set up some sort of organisation to make this a widely practised method - it does not generate an income but it will provide adequate food.

I have made a couple of enquiries today to see if this is feasible and I will let you know when I receive a reply.

Let me know what you think - or let me know your ideas - we really cannot afford to lose any more forest and I will help all I can.

Kate O'Connell, United Kingdom

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