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Our All Party Parliamentary meeting reports published online

April 3, 2012

At our recent All Party Group meeting in Parliament , we presented a proposal with the potential to resolve the many urgent issues facing us all.

Our guest speakers’ support demonstrated its credibility from practical evidence. The calibre of those who took part confirmed that this option needs to be explored further.

We seek funding to create a new, sustainable economy – one that scales up natural processes to turn our carbon emissions and waste into food and fuel. This has the potential to bring in foreign investment and place the UK back on the world stage as a leader and shareholder in a new global industry that restores the environment and natural resource base as it grows.

FREdome Visionary Trust founder Greg Peachey says

“We thank everyone who attended and hope that you found the session realistically optimistic and useful. We also hope to derive benefits for you – the businesses who responded positively, and for the wider community and economy.”

The key slides from the meeting are here:


Download a summary from here:  Meeting Notes APPCCG FREdome 2012

2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 3, 2012 10:20 pm

    That is great news Greg, well done and keep up the good work.

    I believe the birth of innovations and new technologies are the key to creating a more diverse and sustainable platform for future economic growth which will change the future for generations to come.

    What we can put in place today through definitive planning, can generate much needed changes for tomorrows world.

    Best regards

    Andrew Trice Synergymc2 Innovations/Glowmark

  2. April 9, 2012 10:28 am


    I respectfully rebut the stance of Andrew Trice – above. After a lifetime of technological innovation (including patents) and commercial application of these, I realised it is people like me (and today’s extremist male culture that lauds and magnifies such) who have made a mess of the planet and neglected The Feminine Principle. In a nutshell, we have made our bed . . .


    As the Oyster yields a pearl
    man invents.
    Neither realises their fecundity
    is rooted in irritation:
    of one – the body
    of the other – the mind.
    Man kills the oyster
    for its pearl.
    And kills his own World
    for that eureka moment of invention.

    PS Nothing above supports the myth of CO2 as a threat.

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