Tuesday, 25 February 2014

On why the once highly regarded WWF has almost disappeared from the news

If you wonder why the WWF has almost disappeared from the news recently, this may be one reason:

Ahead of WWF’s annual Earth Hour on 29 March 2014, South Ayrshire Council is celebrating after once again being named as WWF’s Earth Hour Local Authority Champion for 2013.

Councillor John McDowall accepted the award after the Council was recognised for doing the most of all 32 local authorities in Scotland to support Earth Hour in 2013. The Council’s efforts included switching off feature lighting on 14 of the areas most iconic landmarks, a ghost walk around Ayr and golfing in the dark at Troon.
“This year, we’d like to see more people than ever before in South Ayrshire make their own champion effort to switch lights off for an hour between 8.30pm and 9.30pm on 29 March 2014.
“We will be supporting the campaign and have already been awarded a ‘Super Local Authority’ badge for our proposed plan involving switching off many of our landmark buildings feature lights, a night cycle, ghost walk and more golfing in the dark. --

Lang Banks, Director of WWF Scotland, said: “I’m absolutely delighted that South Ayrshire Council has won our Earth Hour Local Authority Champion title for the second year in a row.

When the bosses of the once highly regarded World Wildlife Fund (now World Wide Fund for Nature) concentrate on awarding titles like "Super Local Authority" and "Earth Hour Local Authority Champion" to councils organizing "ghost walks" and "golfing in the dark", no wonder that even the most eager warmist media lose interest ...

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