Meet the Team: Mr Simon Nelson come on down

May 3, 2011 at 11:34 pm Leave a comment

Simon Nelson is one of the two bald Britishers that rips it up for Climate Action Moreland. He’s about the head for to Europe – overland, that’s without any plane travel whatsoever. Check out Simon’s blog at takethelowroad.net, and learn about how you too can rid your life of airplanes.

1 Likes
Beer, dancing, football (that’s soccer to you), Imogen and saving the world

2 Dislikes
Shallow people, capitalism.

3 What do you do?

  • For money: work for a company who’s products contribute 7% of Australia’s carbon dioxide emissions
  • For love: trying to stop the activities of my employers and all the rest of them

4 What do you like about Moreland?
Beer, food, vibe and the highest per capita concentration of beards and fixed geared bicycles in the world.

5 What do you do in Climate Action Moreland?
Politics in the Pub is my main things, which kind of compliments my likes.

6 What’s your biggest fear about Climate Change?
That we don’t get it together to stop it before it is too late

7 What action would you like to see happen on Climate Change?
A transformation of society so that we treat the earth as our home rather than something to be exploited

8 Funniest CAM story?
Fun? Saving the world is no laughing matter.

9 What have you done to live a more sustainable life?
Doing less with less, riding my bike, growing our own food, trying to eat less meat and not flying, holding my farts in.

10 What do you like about CAM?
The fantastic inspiring people who devote their lives to saving the planet.

11 If you had a million dollars what would you do with it?
Have a party a very big one

12 If you were the leader of the world what’s the first thing you’d do?
Ask for a recount

13 What song would you like played at your funeral?
The Internationale

14 Which dead person would you most like to have a drink with?
Andrew Bolt, wishful thinking maybe

15 Red or Blue?
Red all the way. Come on united!!!!

16 What keeps you awake at night?
Trapped wind

17 What’s are you reading at the moment?
The Merchants of doubt

18 Where is your favourite place to eat.
The Napier in Fitzroy, best roo in Melbourne

19 What’s your favourite drink?
Locally brewed beer

Entry filed under: 20 Questions, Meet Climate Action Moreland members.

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