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November 08, 2006

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I wish I hadn't seen that picture just before going to bed, I'm in for a nightmare I'm sure.

That is so incredibly brilliant... And yes, what exactly ARE our polititians doing about reducing emissions, & generally becoming more environmentally friendly? Is the tea served in the house of paliament Fairtrade? H'm...

hehe hello!

As usual, the Europeans are the only ones doing anything about the state of the planet.
I lived in Amsterdam for 2 years, and find it dusgusting here in the U.K how no one takes personal responsibilty for waste. Nevermind the Government!

I'll keep biking until New Year's, then.

I was in the coffee bar next to where this photo was taken and your photo reproduces the scene just as I remember it! In fact I can hear myself laughing as I write the note.

The Netherlands has given the world that much inspiration on green living. You'll definitely notice that all things "green" are becoming the in-things today. Electric cars, sustainable designs, and all things related to those are being studied and further improved to help the environment.

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