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This is where we have our say on what we have been doing, what we want to do, what new products we may be introducing, and more often, having a bit of a rant about the Government, plastic, fracking......you name it.

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  1. "We need to do something about climate change"  and those of us with brain cells agree, but what are we all agreeing is the something we need to do?  With the facts, scary to read and absorb, we realise with dismay that everything we do, or have been doing basically since our birth has contributed to this mess, admittedly without us knowing, but now that we do know, what do we have to agree to change in our lives?

    "We need all our cars", I have a right to fly off on holiday if I want to"," But I hate vegan food, I like meat and fish", "If I need a new phone/laptop/washing machine, I buy one" and so we go on, with our sense of entitlement.  Cutting down mesy-in-our-way-trees, using chemicals to sanitise everything, poison insects and weeds so we have a nice, neat garden, and decide which animals are worthy of our protection, based on our own standards, as long as they don't get too close to our homes, or make a mess.  Well, it has been suggested that unless we plant a trillion trees now, we are doomed.  There are too many people in the world, unless we limit our numbers by possibly stopping people having more than one child, we are doomed.  Are we prepared to STOP buying stuff that causes CO2 by its manufacture?  Are we prepared to stop flying altogether? Because if we don't we are doomed.  Capitalism has helped cause this, and we are all waiting for something to save us, so that we do not have to change our lives and face up to some pretty unpleasant truths. I love this beautiful planet, and right now, saving her and all life on it, is the most important thing we will ever do.

  2. Well it is all over the news, as well as all over London.  Extinction Rebellion are at last in my opinion making their voices heard and I only wish I could actively be one of them.  People are moaning of course about loss of earnings etc etc but what about the long-term effects to our planet if we don't do something NOW.  Money?  What will it mean if our planet is uninhabitable, seas devoid of all but plastic, no insects, birds, trees or animals... no water, just extreme conditions and desert possibly, where there was once lush forests..the people who are anti-protest are exactly those who think that it is up to everybody else and change is ok so long as they can carry on as usual....blah blah blah.  I hope though that those taking part are not using plastic water bottles or polystyrene take-aways - just a thought.