20 April, 2012 - 12:59
"What does the UK Home Office think they want to do, and why do they think they want to do it?"  The question was a recurring theme at Scrambling for Safety 2012, a conference to discuss the mooted new powers for the "Surveillance State", swiftly arranged in the wake of April's media furore.
29 March, 2012 - 00:00
If you want to be part of something huge on 31 March, just sign up now to say you’ll join the hundreds of millions switching off for a brighter future.However you plan to spend the hour, make sure you’ve told as many people as possible. Because a healthy planet isn’t just good for polar bears or tropical tree frogs. It’s essential for us all. http://earthhour.wwf.org.uk/
23 November, 2011 - 16:49
Stop the War will be joining CND in a Cut War not Welfare - Jobs not Bombs contingent on the November 30th demonstration in London. There will be similar demonstrations up and down the country.One third of the budget deficit could be wiped out by ending spending on foreign wars and scrapping trident.
4 November, 2011 - 16:35
Something I'm genuinely curious about is the public justification for the US veto of Palestinian statehood at the UN security council meeting next week (11 November), and for this week denying $60m to UNESCO as a sanction against the recognition there.  Is there any logical argument that recognition of a party to potential negotiations makes those negotiations either more unlikely or more difficult, or somehow harms the prospect of Middle East peace and security?    
7 October, 2011 - 12:18
Although tickets for next weekend's Rebellious Media Conference have now sold out, you can interact with Conference participants - and access post-Conference documentation, including films and audio - through the recently launched "Interactive Site": http://live.rebelliousmediaconference.org/
15 August, 2011 - 13:10
JOHANNESBURG AND LONDON (APC/GreenNet) August 15 2011In the media and in public policy debates fingers were quick to point at the use of social media and mobile phones in spurring on the riots that overwhelmed several English cities last week and in helping looters evade the police. On Thursday 11 August Prime Minister David Cameron issued a statement condemning social networking sites, claiming that the riots were "organised via social media". He went on to say that his government is considering a crackdown on online communications: 
10 August, 2011 - 17:15
GreenNet member Dr Patrick Curry has published a revised and greatly-expanded second edition of his successful Ecological Ethics: An Introduction, first published in 2006 by Polity Press. 
17 March, 2011 - 19:55
Noam Chomsky is interviewed by Jeremy Paxman of BBC Newsnight, Tuesday 8 March 2011. (Transcribed from http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/newsnight/9418922.stm ; part transcribed by JNV http://www.j-n-v.org/)
21 February, 2011 - 12:36
I don't tend to think much on my 9 am-ish way to work.  I'm alert enough to mind the traffic and wonder if current wool stocks will  last to the end of current knitting projects, but not much else. I rely on traffic lights following their usual routines, roads more or less staying where they always were and a series of reassuring landmarks along the way. It's a gentle 20 minute journey from Hackney to Shoreditch, a gradual progression from sleepihead to today's to-do lists.
8 December, 2010 - 10:29
GreenNet suppports the following statement demanding respect for Internet Freedom in the case of WikiLeaks:The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is deeply concerned about recent attempts by governments to limit access to online content recently published by whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

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