Greenpeace takes on dirty coal

Posted by Laura Grant on November 1, 2008
Posted in Renewable energy

If you’re a Bond movie fan you’ll love Greenpeace’s new hero who’s out to save the world from the evil bad guy Coalfinger. They’ve made a video with fantastic animation and horrible puns – but a very important message, obviously … The big question is:

Do we dogmatically pursue new coal in a business as usual scenario, or do we commit the world to a clean energy future, creating green jobs, increasing energy security and, crucially, slashing our carbon emissions?

Click on the image or go to www.coalfinger.com to see the vid and get informed.
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2 Responses to “Greenpeace takes on dirty coal”

  1. Alfred Hayter
    November 15th, 2008 @ 6:34 am

    Laura, you are doing a great job. You should be given an award. Really great website. It irritates me because I get hooked into it when I should be doing other useful things – such as (note correct usage, thank you, Gypsy) restoring my greenhouse polluting Jaguar and taking long unnecessary tours to the Western Cape. Damn! All that fuel to burn such little time left.

  2. Laura Grant
    December 23rd, 2008 @ 9:34 am

    Thank you Alfred, you are dear and sweet, but I think you should get the Jag converted to run on biofuel.

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