Environmentally vulnerable

Mental illness is no laughing matter, so I hesitate to take the piss out of the following. On the other hand, it's hard to know whether to laugh or cry when you see something like this. You can fill in your own punchlines about the mental state of many enviro-communists.

Ecominds logo 

The National Lottery is funding the Ecominds programme, "for a range of groups who want to encourage people with experience of mental distress to get involved in environmental projects, such as improving open spaces and wildlife habitats, designing public art and recycling."

There is nothing the enviro-communists like more than finding people who are mentally and emotionally vulnerable, and getting them personally invested in their philosophy. Physical/outdoor projects are probably a good thing for people with these problems, but we can't keep it as simple as that. We have to drag "the environment" into it. Like "Christian" charities, the enviro-communists want a piece of their soul in return.

The objective, to "help reduce the stigma surrounding mental distress and help create a society that treats people with experience of mental distress fairly, positively, and with respect", is worthy and utterly unobtainable by this means.