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    Was David Miliband promoted and Michael Meacher sacked from their Environment Minister post as soon as they started showing evidence of joined up thinking on the environment?

    Immediately prior to being made Foreign Secretary David Miliband started talking about the introduction of Domestic Tradeable Quotas, which alongside the international strategy of Contraction and Convergence seem to offer the best and most realistic framework for tackling climate change, and just as importantly, intelligently encouraging us to get familiar with our personal energy expenditure in our own self interest.

    Am I just being cynical about our current political system’s inability to get truly serious about our society’s environmental impact?

    For further information check out

    Meyer Hillman on Domestic Tradeable Quotas.

    http://coinet.org.uk/discussion/climate_radio

    Aubrey Meyer on Contraction and Convergence.

    http://www.bigpicture.tv

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