In 17th century London, precaution led to the Great Plague. Today, a new religion of zealots are still using the same techniques similarly unaware of the consequences.
How could a band of 50 activists manage to handcuff EU policy, destroy trust in science and affect the lives of 12 million EU farmers?
How did we ever get to the madness of a hazard-based precautionary policy approach? Through those relentless possibilists.
As the UK plans to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2040, perhaps we should ask: Are electric cars sustainable?
Reblog from 2011.
When the activist bully bullshit hits the fan, how should we react? Three case studies.
In today’s Europarl event on EU funding of NGOs, I presented a case study of how Friends of the Earth is abusing the Commission’s lack of scrutiny.
When an activist pretends to be a journalist and asks you questions, keep a copy and publish it so others can see the source.
In a world where environmental activists can freely lie, cheat and bring others down, shouldn’t we study why we tolerate such unethical behaviour?
During Pesticide Action Week, I think most of us are tired of their lies and feel-good bullshit!
An exposé into a secret meeting between NGOs and public officials who strategised how to use agri-tech company mergers to promote their pro-organic interests.
I have made a decision on purely selfish reasons that will damage the environment and put more economic pain and hardship on the poor and most vulnerable in society. I am a hypocrite
Things are not looking too rosy for the big NGOs. Being crowded out of a market they had established, losing touch with online communities and grassroots support, having gurus steal their issues, seeing the nature of the game in Brussels change …