The 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions

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Another terrific and informative piece from The Guardian.  Why we can’t get reporting like this in the U.S. amuses me — but then our media here are owned by the richest of the rich and they aren’t interested in giving us hard news, they just want to keep us mindlessly doing our own business.

Please note that on Oct 23, President dRump claimed that the U.S. Military he was moving out of Kurdish territory would be going to Saudi Arabia to protect their oil infrastructure.  Aramco, the Saudi state owned oil company is at the top of the list of polluters.  Curious.


oil rigs.jpgThe Guardian today reveals the 20 fossil fuel companies whose relentless exploitation of the world’s oil, gas and coal reserves can be directly linked to more than one-third of all greenhouse gas emissions in the modern era.

New data from world-renowned researchers reveals how this cohort of state-owned…

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The water source for Milford Sound drinking water aerial poisoned to 100 metres above the intake

Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

Do exercise the precautionary principle folks, even if your authorities are not. And warn any tourists personally that you know. Generally they follow what the glossy clean and green brochures say, or omit to say would be more to the point. See further info on the precautionary principle below. EWR


MILFORD SOUND – A REPORT

by Carol Sawyer

Note: for recent related articles on Milford Sound go to this link.

Milford Sound was aerially 1080 poisoned on 15 October, 2019. A tourist operator tells me that the helicopters were even pouring 1080 poison on the vertical faces of Sheardown Peak (top photo) These are vertical faces, with the odd patch of bush hanging off them, where nothing will be living.

The water source for all Milford Sound drinking water, the Bowen River, was also aerially poisoned right up to 100 metres above the water intake, and just 200 metres…

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