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CUSU Little Green Book 1997

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Cover shot This is the web version of the Little Green Book, a little book (coloured green, funnily enough) which went out to all freshers entering Cambridge University in 1997. Any other university groups wanting to copy part or all of this feel free. We also have a page about the making of the Little Green Book, with some files available for download.

If you want a (paper) copy of the orginal, contact

Green Officer
CUSU
11/12 Trumpington St
Cambridge
CB2 1QA

or email green@cusu.cam.ac.uk [green@cusu.cam.ac.uk]

Contents

Intro
 
Green Shopping Environment Development Business Campaigning Backup
Ethical Shopping
Anti-consumerism
Earth Matters
Organic Food
Genetic Engineering
Vivisection
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Overpackaging
Direct Action
The Media
Sane Energy
Transport
Development
Fair Trade
Third World Debt
Banking & LAMB
Nestle
Arms Trade
Iraq
Sticky Business
Ethical Investment
Careers
Getting Involved

joining in
one world network
colleges
departments
cambridge
CUSU World Room
One World Week
the last 2 years
email list
CIES
national

reading

A word from our sponsors.


The Credits

Editors : Daniel Cowan, Stefanie Groenke, Felix Pahl 
Business Management : Ed Genochio & James Vacarro
Contributors : Daniel Cowan, Jane Dennett-Thorpe, Hamish Downer,
Ed Genochio, Stefanie Groenke, Stefan Hunt,
Felix Pahl, Penny Pereira, Aleks Pluskowski, Dan Rosenburg
Ellie Straughton, Kohei Watanabe, Sebastian Wills
Cartoons courtesy of : Ethical Consumer Magazine, SchNews, Sarah Guthrie &
Polyp

Published by Cambridge University Students Union Green Campaign,
11-12 Trumpington St, Cambridge, CB2 1QA
tel 01223 356456, (3)33313; fax 01223 323244

The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent those of CUSU.

Strictly @nticopyright 1997. This material may be photocopied, distributed, altered etc. without the prior permission of the authors. Please use any material responsibly.

All CUSU's publications are printed on 100% recycled paper. When you have finished this booklet, please pass it on to someone else or recycle.


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