Thursday, April 19, 2007

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor,

The governments own Stern report shows that the real costs to the economy are up to 20 times greater if real action is not taken imminently to tackle global warming.

Readers that have watched ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, the feature film documentary on climate change, will be aware that the movie highlights recycling as a way individuals can make a positive difference. It is without doubt that kerbside recycling improves overall recycling rates. Even taking into account the councils latest improvements (Croydon Guardian April 18th - New service aims to make it easier to tackle food waste), why is it that over half the wards in Croydon are still waiting for a second recycling box for their plastics, card and garden waste?

Yours sincerely

Shasha Khan
Croydon Green Party
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