We must be thankful for small mercies. Greenpeace got it wrong over mercury in fish (the tuna family have a naturally high mercury content - it's essential to their fast-muscle physiology), recycling of oil platforms (recycling on land leaves you with a lot of slightly (naturally) radioactive sludge that would be dispersed by sea creatures but is a bugger to handle in a scrapyard), nuclear power (the cleanest and least environmentally damaging source of electricity we have), diesel cars (or was that petrol cars? the bogeyman changes every week) and just about everything else apart from nuclear weapon tests. It is a recipient of funds from the European Union, the organisation that sterilised the North Sea fishing grounds.....Not a good example of scientific excellence or political integrity.
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