- 23 Oct 06, 03:13 PM
On Monday we devote the programme to the examining the future of Iraq.
Many options are on the table. Is now the time to be leaving Iraq or should we be staying the course? Should there be a phased withdrawal or is the only way to solve Iraq to partition it? Perhaps there will be no stability without talking to Iran and Syria. But will the American government allow that?
Are there any other alternatives? Tell us what you think.
And don't forget to watch at 10:30 on BBC 2 and the website.
- Justin Rowlatt -
- 23 Oct 06, 10:25 AM
I have come in for a staggering amount of stick for our decision to fly to Jamaica (watch my report here). We set out to explore whether it is ever ethical to fly. If the response to the programme is anything to go by, in many people’s minds it is not.
But the fact is, most of us do.
Of course we knew that the idea of a man who claims to be “ethical” getting on a plane would upset some people, but what better way of illustrating how carbon intensive flying is?
As I made very clear in the film, that one flight pretty much bust my carbon budget, undoing most of those careful carbon reductions my family and I had been making...
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