Friday, July 24, 2009


Despite the UK Labour party’s claim that ‘attention to climate change will come at a neutral or negative cost,’ the government is ramping up efforts by investing in four new eco-towns. These developments are not free of course – the cost could be anywhere between £2 and 12bn. Are eco-towns really the way to go? What about all the smoggy, gritty towns and cities already in existence? Shouldn’t we clean up the mess we’ve made before producing a shiny new version? Check out this video developed for the UK government website:

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