Friday, June 20, 2008

Leaving Greenpeace

Here's some interesting reading with which intelligent environmentalists can challenge themselves: why one of Greenpeace's founders left the movement he helped to start.  The reason in a nutshell?  Says Patrick Moore: I learned "the environmental movement is not always guided by science."

The turning point for Moore was when his colleagues declared they wanted to ban an element in the periodic table ...

Read Moore's article 'Why I left Greenpeace,' and check out his Greenspirit website.   Good reading. [Hat tip NZBR]

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