The Day of the Hollyhocks

December 13, 2009 at 8:21 pm Leave a comment

In Copenhagen the discussions continue, and no-one seems to know how to pronounce Tuvalu. This won’t directly affect the sea level, but is still somehow worrying. Back in subtropical Yorkshire, there are hollyhocks and nasturtiums in full bloom in my parents’ garden. I don’t claim to be an expert horticulturist, but I’m certain there were no hollyhocks in DECEMBER when I was a child! I know Sarah Palin will disagree with me (it’s cold in Alaska so that proves the climate isn’t getting warmer……?) but if they don’t get their act together in Copenhagen then the seasonal cycle will be the least of our worries. Literally.

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This blog started during the months before the 2010 General Election, in which I was the Green candidate for Calder Valley. It's morphed into an account of green activism...and other meanderings.

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