eco-parenting

From green warriors to eco-quarrellers
The Times (London), 17 February 2010
Green issues are causing more family rows than ever. Some people take this planet-saving stuff rather seriously. By Anna Shepard.

The green strings tying women to the home
Sunday Times, 14 February 2010
By India Knight.

Climate change: calling planet birth
Guardian, 13 February 2010
Family size has become the great unmentionable of the campaign for more environmentally friendly lifestyles. By Oliver Burkeman.

French philosopher says feminism under threat from ‘good motherhood’
Guardian, 12 February 2010
Ecologists, breastfeeding advocates and behavioural specialists making women 'slave to their children', says Elisabeth Badinter.

Who’s afraid of billions of people?
spiked, 9 July 2009
In the run-up to the UN’s World Population Day, spiked argues against all attempts to cajole, coerce or convince people into having fewer kids. By Brendan O’Neill.

Reading environmental propaganda to kids
The Times (London), 2 June 2009
And why I hate it! Posted on SchoolGate.

Green child spies: snooping on adults
spiked, 19 May 2009
Recruiting children to spy on eco-unfriendly behaviour will churn out a new generation of sanctimonious busybodies. By Tim Black.

UK population must fall to 30m, says Porritt
Sunday Times, 22 March 2009
A leading green adviser is to warn that Britain must drastically reduce its population if it is to build a sustainable society

Commentary: green is not the only factor
The Times (London), 20 February 2009
With a three-week-old and a two-year-old and precious little sleep, nobody wants to waste time washing nappies.

Relief for parents’ disposable nappy guilt
The Times (London), 20 February 2009
Tiles, bicycle helmets and energy from methane could all be harvested from recycled babies' waste under a new scheme.

Two children should be limit, says green guru
Sunday Times, 1 February 2009
The government's green adviser has warned that couples who have more than two children are creating a burden on the environment.

Blow to image of ‘green’ reusable nappy
Sunday Times, 19 October 2008
A government report that found old-fashioned reusable nappies damage the environment more than disposables has been hushed up because ministers are embarrassed by its findings.

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