The Economist engages with environmental issues regularly, but it was last week's issue of Hello that took me by surprise. In their comment section they had writer Paul Brown engaging with the challenging issues of the day - Climate Change.
"Climate change has to be tackled urgently ... The days of making the School run in a 4 x 4 down crowded suburban side streets and taking cheap weekend breaks in Eastern European Cities are numbered."
Well, there you have it, if that isn't a tipping point I don't know what is.
The Economist piece was fairly positive as well, even if they did use a nasty variation of this pic of a fallen turbine in
as part of their piece. , Lichtenau Germany
"Clean-energy fever is being fuelled by three things: high oil prices, fear over energy security and a growing concern about global warming."
Meanwhile our man Eamon Ryan is back from