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Thursday, September 14, 2006

NEWS: The CityHippy Week

Ladies & Gentleman, it's Friday night, hang on hang on, it is not Friday night! Whats going on? Well me and Mrs Hippy are taking a break and heading into London for a mini-break so I am 'off piste' until after the weekend. Hence the early posting of the CityHippy Week. So without further ado, Ladies & Gentleman, Welcome to...

The CityHippy Week!

STORY OF THE WEEK: CLASSICAL MUSIC FANS SMOKE THE MOST DOPE: What tunes say about you - What is green and relevant about this study is that it turns out that Hip-Hop music fans are the least likely to recycle the least. Interesting...

What else caught my little green eye?

Branson backs biofuels for transport
Richard 'Virgin' Branson is clearly preparing for a low-carbon future. Good on him!

Sun Goes Green
Green going mainstream? Here is all the proof anyone astonishing mainstream green lifestyle section from the UK's largest daily, and might I add, Rupert Murdoch owned, newspaper.

Now climate change is threatening the traditional cottage garden
If this does not mobilise middle-England then I do not know what will.

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Cityhippy bookmark of the week: Solve climate 'whatever it costs' - BBC - Great article, terrifying but we have to think these things through now to avoid calamity later on. Worth a read

…and that's the way it is folks!



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