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UK: Campaign against biofuels stops at DfT office
Source : ibtimes.com
Anti-poverty charity ActionAid has launched a new anti-biofuels campaign targeting Transport Secretary Philip Hammond by using adverts on buses which stop outside his office. The adverts urge Mr Hammond to consider the impacts that biofuels are having in developing countries as they stand accused of pushing thousands of the world's poorest people off their land and into hunger. They are appearing on 50 buses on routes 507 and 521 with the slogan: "Biofuels. What is the human cost?" The buses will pass the Department for Transport (DfT) in Westminster every five minutes so the messages will reach politicians and staff more than 100 times each week day for four weeks. Ads featuring Philip Hammond driving a bus also began appearing today on bus stops near the DfT.
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17 May 2011 |
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