Rock stars belt it out on climate; ENVIRONMENT.Byline: By MIKE SWAIN Michael ("Mike") Lee Swain (born December 21, 1960 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) is one of the most successful American judokas. He competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1984. , Science Editor
ROCK stars including Thom Yorke and KT Tunstall joined forces to call for a stronger law on climate change yesterday.
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2. Music A leading singer with a group. Johnny Borrall is contributing to Friends of the Earth's Big Ask campaign by playing a gig at the Science Museum.
Borrall said it was "unbelievable that the Government plans to ignore emissions from aviation and shipping" when assessing the UK's carbon count for the Climate Change Bill.
Radiohead star Yorke said: "A climate change law is fantastic news. Now we just need to make sure it is strong enough."
And Tunstall added: "To not include UK aviation and shipping carbon emissions in the calculations makes the bill a joke."
Borrall will play his one-off gig at the London museum The London Museum was inaugurated on March 21, 1912 by King George V with Queen Mary and Princess Mary and Prince George at Kensington Palace. It opened for public visitation on April 8, admitting more than 13.000 visitors during the day. on June 3.
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