I think all of us understand that the purpose of GreenYes is more than
recycling. I fail to see, however, how selling cages for laboratory
animals meets even the broader definition of sustainable resource
policies. Even the author admitted that the subject was off topic.
From: Gary Liss [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 3:53 PM
To: George Dreckmann
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; Eric.Nelson@no.address
Subject: Re: [greenyes] Purpose of GreenYes
This is just a short note to clarify that the purpose of the GreenYes
listserve is broader than just "recycling", from:
"GREENYES is an open (unmoderated) discussion forum focusing on policies
and strategies needed to advance sustainable resource policies. We seek to
advance serious discussion from a broad range of viewpoints. The GREENYES
mailing list is a project of the GrassRoots Recycling Network."
At 02:42 PM 08/04/2003 -0500, George Dreckmann wrote:
>I agree with Eric, but with one difference. I don't want to discuss any
>issues other than recycling on this list serv.
>I have many interests and political views that have nothing to do with old
>newspapers, bottles or cans. I have no intention of sharing those on this
>list and I hope others refrain from doing so as well.
> >>> "Nelson, Eric" <Eric.Nelson@no.address> 08/04/03 02:24PM >>>
>RE: From: "Josh Rosenfield" <JRosenfield@no.address> "nalgene/Animal Defense"
>I object to the misappropriation of this resource to fatuous
>politicking, and would ask either that this abuse cease, or that it be
>brought into the arena of informed discourse, where reasonable arguments and
>thoughtful contradictory positions might be represented, and biases
>George P. Dreckmann
>City of Madison, WI
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