Oh dear. The organic fertiliser appears to have hit the wind turbine.
Green domain sparks war of words
The battle to take control of a new internet domain aimed at environmental groups has escalated.
Words? Stop messing about. Give them guns and lock them in a room.
Dot Eco, a consortium backed by former US vice president Al Gore, describes a plan by its main competitor - Canadian green group Big Room - as "unworkable".
Big Room has said that publication of the analysis was "unfortunate".
What a lot of fuss. Considering these guys are all so very worried about the planet, couldn't they just share?
Both groups are hoping to win the right to sell .eco "top-level domain names", which are similar to .com or .uk.
Dot Eco, which boasts supporters such as the Sierra Club and the Alliance for Climate Protection, aims to sell domain names to raise funds for green organisations.
It has already entered into contracts to give away 57% of its profits from sales, it has said.
Big Room, which is endorsed by WWF International and Green Cross, also plans to generate money from the sale of .eco domain names to fund "sustainability projects".
Oh, I see. There's a hell of a lot of profit involved. And there was me thinking it was about saving Gaia.