Mine Your Own Business
Mine Your Own Business is a documentary released in 2006 and part funded the by partly funded by Gabriel Resources, a mining company. The film is touted as being "the world's first anti-environmentalist documentary", a mantle that probably belongs the Against Nature. 
Climate Change 'Junk Science' Claims McAleer
In a debate on the Irish RTE News with Phelim McAleer, Eamon Ryan of the Green Party disputed the suggestion that environmental caused poverty. "The environmental movement is raising some crucial international issues at the moment. We are changing our climate at the present time and the people who are most vulnerable to that are..."Ray stated when McAleer interjected "junk science, junk science." Ryan continued "I utterly disagree that climate change it is junk science..." when McAleer injected once more "It's unproven." Ryan continued "and the two billion people who are most vulnerable to that are the people who live closest to nature in countries like Madagascar." 
Other SourceWatch Resources
- Donagh Diamond, "Environmentalism in Irish life", RTE News-Prime Time, November 2, 2006. (Sound file)
- Michael Duffy, "Mine your own business", Counterpoint, ABC Radio National, November 20, 2006. (Interview with Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney).
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