Registered: Dec 2007
Local time: 04:08 AM
Greenpeace has today launched a new campaign focusing on the most important issue to Kevin Rudd: his own name.
With only 100 days till decision time on climate at Copenhagen, Greenpeace are demanding that Kevin do the right thing by committing Australia to a good climate deal at the Copenhagen climate talks.
"If Kevin Rudd does a dirty deal for the big polluters at Copenhagen, we're asking Australians to pledge to make his name a dirty word," said Greenpeace Head of campaigns Steve Campbell. "That's all a dirty deal deserves."
"Kevin Rudd was elected to tackle climate change. Instead, the coal industry has continued to expand, while his posturing and sleight of hand have left Australians bewildered," said Campbell.
Over the next three months, Greenpeace will unleash a barrage of actions to make sure that Kevin Rudd knows his name is on the line at Copenhagen.
He still has time to be a k#v'n legend.
Watch the 30 second campaign video and be a part of it all at dirtykev.org
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