Climategate’s Cannabis Connection

The University of East Anglia works with the UK Cannabis Internet Activists to get money from a clean energy company.

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date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 09:55:05 +0100
from: “Rob Tinch”
subject: Re: [ngp-list] website RE: [ngp-list] University / Eaton meeting
to:

Derek, what would be a reasonable amount to request from a renewable energy
company for a link from our climate change page, say for 1 year? And how
much to sponsor the site completely (although we’d need to discuss this idea
further at a meeting)?

Cheers,

Rob
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Dr. Rob Tinch
Lecturer in Ecological Economics
School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
tel 01603 593174
fax 01603 507719
mob 07989600728
mail R.Tinch@uea.ac.uk
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—–Original Message—–
From: Williams, Derek
To: ‘list@norwichgreenparty.org’
Date: 12 July 2001 16:52
Subject: Re: [ngp-list] website RE: [ngp-list] University / Eaton meeting

If you don’t have the questionaire, phone David Cumming @county hall
224225

Derek

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From: Land[SMTP:steve.land@mtxnet.co.uk]
Sent: 12 July 2001 05:33
To: list@norwichgreenparty.org
Subject: Re: [ngp-list] website RE: [ngp-list] University / Eaton meeting

If you live in the ‘SW Sector’, (inner link to bypass, Ipswich Rd. to
Dereham Rd.) you should have received a questionnaire to be returned by the
20th. Unfortunately, even the greenest option (‘Approach 1’) for
residential areas does not address concerns that have been raised e.g.
Earlham Green Lane, where residents are calling for 20mph limit & traffic
calming is classified as a ‘through route’ -but it is pretty radical for
the
County Council – Steve.
—–Original Message—–
From: Derek Williams
To: list@norwichgreenparty.org
Date: 12 July 2001 08:05
Subject: [ngp-list] website RE: [ngp-list] University / Eaton meeting

My Dreamweaver is working again, so I can do stuff to the website at last.

So, please can I have something about this cross valley route?

Thanks

Derek

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UK Cannabis Internet Activists
http://www.ukcia.org
derek@ukcia.org
Junk it Blunkett and skunk it.

—–Original Message—–
From: Derek Williams [mailto:derek@paston.co.uk]
Sent: 11 July 2001 21:15
To: list@norwichgreenparty.org
Subject: Re: [ngp-list] University / Eaton meeting

PLEASE get me something I can put up on the site (when I get my
dreamweaver
back – eek) asap.

This is an issue which is important for the whole city, not local
residents.
Lets tell everyone

Derek

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UK Cannabis Internet Activists
http://www.ukcia.org
derek@ukcia.org
Junk it Blunkett and skunk it.

—–Original Message—–
From: Adrian Ramsay [mailto:adrian.ramsay@btinternet.com]
Sent: 11 July 2001 20:46
To: list@norwichgreenparty.org
Subject: Re: [ngp-list] University / Eaton meeting

—– Original Message —–
From: “Rob Tinch”
To: “Green Party List”
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 12:17 PM
Subject: [ngp-list] University / Eaton meeting

SW Sector Study (about planning and transport in SW Norwich) will be
considered at the Community Power Forum on Thursday, with the main
planners
involved present. If you live or work in University/Eaton
wards, you can
attend: 7.30 at City of Norwich School, Eaton Road.

Adrian, will you be going to this? Anyone else? I’ll be in
King’s Lynn
all
that day, but will try to attend.

Sorry – I can’t make Thursday evening. Steve?

I did an interview with Radio Norfolk this afternoon on the
climate change
campaign. It will be used on bulletins throughout tomorrow. They
also noted
the meeting arrangements for later publicity. Ingo – Look East
may cover it
if they have some interesting pictures? Any luck with Chris
Bishop/ other
media?

Adrian.

Cheers,

Rob
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Dr. Rob Tinch
Lecturer in Ecological Economics
School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
tel 01603 593174
fax 01603 507719
mob 07989600728
mail R.Tinch@uea.ac.uk
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