Thursday, April 03, 2008

A loophole big enough to fly a plane through...climate bill protest at parliament.

When the draft climate bill came out i stated that it had a loophole big enough to fly a 747 through. Well, that is the theme of a protest at 10 Downing Street this Saturday 5th April at 2pm. This might seem more technical than 'no third runway' but if aviation is included in the bill; and every sane person agrees that this is logical, then we will have a lot less flights to worry about. This ammendment is both key and counter to the direction that labour has seemed to be going. Lets make them pay for this failure, and hope for a change of course.

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At 9:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stop tilting at windmills ... Air Transport is growing, not because the airlines are evil, but because your citizens want to fly. The airlines would love it if you could find a way of restricting growth - the law of supply and demand would mean they would make even more money. If you are really serious, target the punters - not those that create 2% of the man-made CO2 (projected to be 3% by 2050) but those that use it.


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