UK Newswire Archive
03-07-2006 15:33Thursday 6th July
'Climate injustice in the Niger Delta: Ten years on from Ken Saro-Wiwa'
7-9 pm, Holywell Music Rooms. £3/£2.
03-07-2006 13:06how charities and public/private companies are making millions from the unemployed/disabled
03-07-2006 11:27The Swedish commission working on the elimination of oil use presented its final report on Wednesday the 28th of June through the prime minister Göran Persson and environmental author and governmental adviser Stefan Edman.
03-07-2006 10:43WORST CHESHIRE CHEMTRAILS JUNE 5th 2006
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03-07-2006 09:06Many different people predict a wide variety of timescales for peak oil and the downslide on the other side. Some people say we have already peaked and others say we've got maybe another six or even eight years. However, the nature of the problem means that we'll only know we've reach global peak after the event as we look back on falling production figures....
03-07-2006 03:46...from The Independent:
03-07-2006 01:36last week brian haw (5-year veteran parliament square protestor) won back the limited right to use a megaphone in parliament square in a court case against westminster council who had raised concerns about noise previously.
02-07-2006 23:00ART NOT OIL at The Foundry, 84-86 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3JL, (Old Street tube)
June 29th-July 9th 2006
About the demonstration of impotence of the prejudice and of the discrimination
02-07-2006 21:08Commander of UK forces in Afghanistan utters racist remark in radio interview
02-07-2006 20:47A major new study shows that three recent controversial road schemes - including Newbury and the M65 Blackburn Bypass - have gerenerated much more traffic than was predicted at the time. This shows that building more roads does not work, fuelling more traffic growth and higher CO2 emissions.
02-07-2006 20:39This 5th and final part (all parts available on The Earth Blog) show the fundamental role that personal and community action will have to play in giving the Earth a future.