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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Fuel giant BP tries to 'neutralise'
عدد مرات القراءة 17572006-08-24

Green Party in England & Wales

Fuel giant BP today invited motorists to "neutralise" their carbon 
dioxide (CO2) by signing up to a new green initiative  (1)

Green Party Principal Speaker Keith Taylor commented: "BP are saying 
what every car salesman in the country wants them to - carry on 
driving no matter what.  Headline grabbing off-setting schemes like 
this are token measures, and fail to get to the heart of the matter 
that road transport accounts for about a quarter of the UK's carbon 
emissions, and car ownership across the globe is increasing.

"Displacing the problem with feel-good schemes is not the same thing 
as solving it.

"We urgently need to reduce carbon emissions, and in the absence of  
non polluting vehicles this means reducing private and freight 
motoring. An enormous number of food miles are clocked up every year. 
We  need to stop sourcing much of our food and goods from abroad, and 
buy local instead. Oiling the wheels of over reliance on road 
transport is simply adding to our carbon problems, not solving them.

"Sir Jonathan Porrit's involvement with the BP scheme should be seen 
for what it is - a pragmatic attempt to make the best of a bad job. 
People shouldn't forget to expect Greenwash from BP, a company who 
despite their claims to the contrary are, in essence, an oil an gas 
business with second quarter profits of $7.3 billion. They have an 
appalling track record with regard to their respect to the 
environment, something which doubtless Jonathan Porrit is fully 
aware. I would not want to see him tarred with the same brush." (2)






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