Inconveniently

AS a tabard-wearing lunatic I have campaigned in Weston High Street on behalf of Greenpeace twice this year. As always we were collecting signatures not money, in support of the environment. Many people welcome this opportunity to express their views to

AS a tabard-wearing lunatic I have campaigned in Weston High Street on behalf of Greenpeace twice this year. As always we were collecting signatures not money, in support of the environment. Many people welcome this opportunity to express their views to retailers and Government with little effort on their part. We give up our time to do this because we care about the exhaustion of resources and the looming tipping points to runaway climate change leading to economic, political and environmental collapse.I am sorry if this means that Ms Whittaker has to inconveniently swerve on her way to lunch.A HEATH - Via email


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