Tory leader David Cameron is hoping to exploit public disillusionment with Tony Blair's green policies by making the environment. Mr Cameron's decision to give a short address to the 60th Soil Association annual conference is likely to ruffle the feathers of New Labour, as well as the Green party. Mr Cameron first signalled his willingness to embrace green politics last month when he appointed three environmentalists, including Zac Goldsmith, the multimillionaire editor of the Ecologist, to lead a rethink on environmental issues.