Stephen Boxer, who plays the title role, talks about the challenging themes Shakespeare forces us to confront in arguably his most harrowing of plays.
A political show-down is now inevitable after the Senate yesterday passed a Bill to force approval of the politically toxic Keystone XL pipeline. In doing so, they have set up an bruising political clash with President Obama who is almost certain to veto the Bill. Over the years the fight over KXL has become to symbolise much more than a length of steel transporting dirty tar sands oil from Canada through America for markets around the globe. When they won control of the Senate late last year, the Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, pronounced that KXL would be a priority for the new Congress. Do we want a society where the powerful oil barons hold sway over our politicians, who do their bidding for them. Will we allow the building of a pipeline in the full knowledge that the extraction of the oil it carries is causing significant environmental and health harm to Indigenous communities back in Canada. Do we build a pipeline knowing that the oil transported within it is some of the dirtiest oil on the planet. We know – for the evidence is incontrovertible – that when burnt the oil will accelerate climate change hurtling the world towards a highly unpredictable and dangerous future. One of the world’s leading climate scientists James Hansen has called KXL the “fuse to the biggest carbon bomb on the planet. So does the President act on the advice of climate scientists and start trying to leave the most carbon intensive oil in the ground as we try and put the world on a sensible path to a sustainable future. Do we stand with our kids and their grand-kids or with a bunch of oil-soaked Senators. There is no doubt that if KXL is rejected it will slow tar sands getting to market and make it less economically viable: As analysts from Kepler Cheuvreux argue:. “The outcome on KXL is crucial to the question of stranded-asset risk in the Canadian oil-sands industry, as we think that without KXL it would be much more difficult to make an economic justification of new oil-sands projects”. They add: “The key question now is whether President Obama’s objections against the bills that the House and the Senate have passed are purely procedural, or whether the President is equally opposed to KXL on principle given the impact it would... Rejecting KXL would set a huge. Source: Oil Change International » Blog Posts
Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Bob Casey (D-Pa.), Susan Collins (R-Maine), Chris Coons (D-Del.), Tim Kaine (D-Va.), Angus King (I-Maine), Pat Leahy (D-Vt.), Claire McCaskill (D-Mo
Author Stephen King came to southwest Florida to support local libraries. The Library Foundation supporting the Manatee County Public Library System asked King to speak Thursday at an annual author event. The Herald reported that $200 tickets for King
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Stephen Boxer (born 19 May 1950) is an English actor who has appeared in films, on television and on stage and is best known for appearing in the BBC One daytime soap opera Doctors. He took a break from the show in mid-2008 to appear as Petruchio in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Taming of the Shrew, returning to The Mill surgery for a few episodes in November 2010. Boxer has starred in a number of detective dramas, most notably in the second, third and fourth installments of Prime Suspect.
Stephen Boxer, Actor: Doctors. Stephen Boxer was born on May 19, 1950 in Sidcup, Kent, England. He is an actor, known for Doctors (2000), The Iron Lady (2011) and ...
Stephen Boxer (born 19 May 1950) is an English actor who has appeared in films, on television and on stage and is perhaps best known for appearing as Joe in the BBC ...
Stephen Boxer was born on May 19, 1950 in Sidcup, Kent, England. He is an actor, known for Doctors (2000), The Iron Lady (2011) and Carrington (1995)...
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