This week will be our last chance for the UN to call for a moratorium on bottom trawling. The world is watching as Canada and Spain threaten to scupper what scientists call an "overwhelming" case. Take action now!
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Mr. Walsh by any chance? How are you?!
Kudos to whomever made this!! :-)
16 November, 2006 at 21:02
That's me (that posted it, not made it) - where are you these days?
17 November, 2006 at 13:20
Bit of a joint effort from Team Ocean Defenders, this one. Apparently certain people in the Canadian government don't like it quite so much ... ;)
17 November, 2006 at 13:25
We have been without a majority government for many, many years and in that it does not allow the ruling government the levity to push for the issues that it should be.
If the vote goes the wrong way boom they are no longer in power and we head for another manority government. It is very much a lose-lose situation.
In short it gives us nothing to govern with and even less to fight with in those major issues.
18 November, 2006 at 4:47
I'm in South Africa atm. No GP here, sadly. But trying to be a little mini-GP by myself
:) And you? Been back on a ship lately?
Adele, I can imagine that they're not particularly fond of it :) Hopefully it shames them into dropping their ridiculous support for Bottom Trawling. Please say thanks to the people who made it :)
18 November, 2006 at 9:39
No, don't blame Canada, act!
Write to Prime Minister Stephen Harper* at * Not to be confused with film star Steve Harper.
18 November, 2006 at 19:09
Haven't been on a ship since April! It's only a matter of time before I reappear on board again. Stay tuned, and drop me an email...
20 November, 2006 at 20:07
I am no computer person tho I do read everything, I am long standing Greenpeace, Sea Shepherd members and anyone else I can afford like Sierra,Nature Conservancy and others but I do know this from being a southern white girl during the Civil rights battle my family protested along with us kids and I continue to do so by boycotting like M.L.K. I have not bought gas from Exxon since Valdez (it won't break them but I feel good). And I severely limit myself by boycotting any ANY other company that does wrong. If everyone would do with a little less and find out more about who they do business with, we might accomplish some more on land, I could go on but you know alot if not most of it. Rave on..............
22 November, 2006 at 18:47
Comment to Sherry Hemingway. I am promoting a consumers boycott of Japanese goods because of whaling. see www.stopwhaling.co.nz Please pass this on.
24 November, 2006 at 9:10
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