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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 09:37 am
Eco-person Richard Ladle ain’t happy about the effect of blogs on the spread of environmentalist propaganda:
This transition from individuals consuming their environmental news from traditional sources such as newspapers and television to selecting their news from the “electronic buffet” of the internet could have profound implications for the environmental movement …
If we don’t respond quickly we run the risk of creating a generation of eco-illiterate consumers and voters at a crucial time for the Earth’s diminishing resources.
It’s a crucial time! Assist by driving a speedy $200,000 Gurkha to your nearest newspaper office loaded with tons of environmentaloid reportage. Stop eco-illiteracy!