in this article 'Greens should take a lesson from Donald Trump,' reporter Patrick Barkham argues that caring for the environment is not perceived as a 'manly' thing to do. He notes females do most of the heavy lifting when it comes to matters of sustainability, and perceptions about environmental care being 'feminine' need to be changed. Men, he argues, feel that they would not be behaving in a masculine way if they were to care deeply about the planet around them. Barkham suggests that to fix this, the Greens ought to use "crafty marketing" which strips away the belief that looking after the earth is a feminine endeavour. Blah, blah, blah. Etc, etc.
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