darkestsideofthemoon14 karma2013-08-08 14:06:38 UTC
We've met a few times, and it's a pleasure to have you here on reddit. Diving right into it -
Greenpeace seems to have lost its "militant" nature that it was infamous for, why the trending towards a more corporate approach? i.e. with the marketing/facebooking etc.
While you advocate sustainability and homegrown foods, why not outright veganism or at the least vegetarianism?
Lastly, I hope you've kicked the smoking habit :)
Again, thanks for doing this. All said and done, I do hope my 10 dollars a month makes a difference in the end.
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darkestsideofthemoon13 karma2013-08-08 14:24:58 UTC
Upvote for the meta answer Kumi but to reiterate pierluc.
What was greenpeace's biggest fuck up?
darkestsideofthemoon4 karma2013-08-08 14:48:06 UTC
Fair answer. And yes, I do hope the indigenous bridge is paved one day. Especially from a political standpoint.
Have another upvote.
darkestsideofthemoon4 karma2013-08-08 14:39:30 UTC
I actually have read that publication. Agree with much of it.
Could you perhaps respond to my first question - You feeling Greenpeace is as militant and activist as ever, is still a legitimate answer. I fully understand that I may only be posing an opinion.
Edit: Thanks for responding, I appreciate you going through the backlog :)
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