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Blue Desert / End of the Line

Earlier this week one of Wales' growing band of ecologically aware Doers made an impassioned plea for common sense: George Monbiot, writing in the Guardian, talked of the desolation caused by scallop dredging in this fine article, in which he also mentioned The End of the Line, the new film based on the book by Charles Clover that describes the impacts of practices such as scallop dredging on a whole ecosystem and industry. I watched a preview of the film last month, and would encourage anyone concerned about nature, common sense or their own health, to go to see the film, soon.

Reader Comments (1)


Reading this blog entry, and the use of the word "Doers" reminded me of a phenomenal book by former New Yorker staffer, Malcolm Gladwell entitled "The Tipping Point". If you haven't read it already, I urge you to do so.

Great blog.


June 15, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterOws

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