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Post by Jill Havern on 05.02.20 7:28

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Post by BlueBag on 05.02.20 8:20

So... why isn't David Attenborough telling China what to do?

Why isn't Attenborough telling western businessmen to stop investing in Chinese industry?

Why is this agenda aimed at killing western culture?
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Post by PeterMac on 05.02.20 8:21

"Greta was radicalised on TV by Attenborough "
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Post by JimbobJones on 05.02.20 9:07

Interesting stuff. As an organism the human being was not intended to travel far and wide. It was not designed to be able to cope with unfamiliar strains of virus, bacteria  or germs from 150 miles away, never mind halfway around the world.
People need to stay where they belong.
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Post by CaKeLoveR on 05.02.20 14:02

JimboJones, you are right of course, but you will be accused of racism. That word is meaningless, if it ever did mean anything.
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Post by Verdi on 17.02.20 15:28

Baby boomers outclass the young on green living, study finds

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Millennials often pride themselves on their eco-credentials while the baby boomer generation is accused of poor stewardship of the planet — but new research suggests otherwise.

When it comes to reducing our carbon footprint, younger people fall short. They buy cheap clothes from Asos, ride Ubers rather than buses, have fast food sent via Deliveroo and eat smashed avocados from Mexico rather than seasonal vegetables from local suppliers – all of which boosts fuel emissions and non-recyclable plastic use.

A survey by Censuswide for Aviva into greener lifestyles found that people aged 55 and over were ahead in every category except the vegan diet — 9 per cent of 16-24 year-olds say they are vegan, compared to just 2 per cent among the over-55s.

Read on:  https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/baby-boomers-outclass-the-young-on-green-living-study-finds-zs6hwthbn
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I've reduced the size of the image of 'The Incredible Sulk' for obvious reasons - long past time to minimalize the little nuisance.

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Post by BlueBag on 17.02.20 15:42

I'd like to see them put the animal kingdom on a vegan diet.
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Post by PeterMac on 18.02.20 9:09

SKY news today has a report from Australia, from Kangaroo Island, by one of the characters who normally does wildlife programmes.
GUESS WHAT.
The trees are re-growing, with new leaves already poking through, the grass and undergrowth is already green, all the animals which live underground - and he lists many – goannas, echidnas, lizards, mice, rats – and all the birds and bats which simply flow away for a few days – have started to come back in large numbers.
The only ones which really suffered were those unfit to survive that particular type of incident, the koalas.

2600 houses were destroyed - across the entire continent. A relatively small English village in fact.
50+ people lost their lives - about 2 months of normal road deaths
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Post by CaKeLoveR on 18.02.20 9:35

How annoying for Grating Greta, to see nature sorting itself out without her help.
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Post by Liz Eagles on 18.02.20 9:49

Meanwhile in UK where rain and wind now warrants a storm name and bugger all is done about drainage and lessons have not been learned about flooding there is the death toll media reporting.

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Post by PeterMac on 18.02.20 10:48

The Environment Agency blames the lack of dredging and maintenance on an EU Directive of 2000 which came into full force in 2013 which is designed to protect caddis worms and water voles

https://ec.europa.eu/environment/water/water-framework/info/intro_en.htm

As usual in the UK they followed it to the letter, and immediately, rather than applying the "Palermo test".  [Wait until it is introduced in Palermo, and then do it . . .]

The UK has been in thrall to the EU, but no one knows why.
Blair had the legal power to hold back on unlimited immigration, which most other countries did, but chose not to.
Selwyn Gummer grabbed a Directive about the bristles on brushes in slaughterhouses and instead of giving them 48 hours to buy plastic ones simply closed them down. Forever.
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Post by BlueBag on 18.02.20 10:53

@PeterMac wrote:Blair had the legal power to hold back on unlimited immigration, which most other countries did, but chose not to.
Because he was working for the Globalists.

The Kalergi plan, or an updated version of it.

And many other of our Politicians are on board with it as well (if not most).

They never asked the people is that what you want... because they knew the answer.
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Post by sar on 18.02.20 12:38

@BlueBag wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:Blair had the legal power to hold back on unlimited immigration, which most other countries did, but chose not to.
Because he was working for the Globalists.

The Kalergi plan, or an updated version of it.

And many other of our Politicians are on board with it as well (if not most).

They never asked the people is that what you want... because they knew the answer.
Germany didn't accept accession country immigrants eg Poles.  We didn't have to either but we did.  It was a sop to the Nwo.  Gordon frown wanted to reduce the risk of wage inflation and recession.  Wages were depressed alright but we got a recession anyway.  No care for any "normal" human being from either of them.  We are paying for the consequences now and for many years to come.
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Post by Liz Eagles on 18.02.20 17:15

@CaKeLoveR wrote:How annoying for Grating Greta, to see nature sorting itself out without her help.
Whilst buying vegetables at my local supermarket I noted that the organic broccoli had been shrink wrapped and I thought of Greta. What a conundrum she would have.

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Post by BlueBag on 18.02.20 17:20

Plastic?

Hypocrite?

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Post by Liz Eagles on 18.02.20 17:30

Anyone still having doubts that this child is being used and abused?

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Post by CaKeLoveR on 18.02.20 17:56

She does have admirers who think she knows what she's talking about, most of whom are too old to be so gullible. Aren't people peculiar?
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Post by Liz Eagles on 18.02.20 18:05

@CaKeLoveR wrote:She does have admirers who think she knows what she's talking about, most of whom are too old to be so gullible. Aren't people peculiar?
What she has is an adult PR machine. Poor lass.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 18.02.20 18:39

Record low temperatures have been recorded in the Arctic Circle - minus 86.8 deg F.
 
Here's some comment from those most affected - the polar bears:

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Dr Martin Roberts: "The evidence is that these are the pjyamas Madeleine wore on holiday in Praia da Luz. They were photographed and the photo handed to a press agency, who released it on 8 May, as the search for Madeleine continued. The McCanns held up these same pyjamas at two press conferences on 5 & 7June 2007. How could Madeleine have been abducted?"

Amelie Mcann (aged 2): "Maddie's jammies!".  

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Post by Verdi on 19.02.20 0:42

Meanwhile it's polar  titter opposite tells a different story..

Antarctica just saw its all-time hottest day ever

By Brandon Specktor - Senior Writer 4 days ago

Temperatures in Antarctica reportedly reached 69.35 degrees Fahrenheit last week, just days after setting another record high of 64.9 F.

https://www.livescience.com/antarctica-record-high-temperature.html


Isn't science wonderful?

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Post by BlueBag on 19.02.20 7:21

@Verdi wrote:Meanwhile it's polar  titter opposite tells a different story..

Antarctica just saw its all-time hottest day ever

By Brandon Specktor - Senior Writer 4 days ago

Temperatures in Antarctica reportedly reached 69.35 degrees Fahrenheit last week, just days after setting another record high of 64.9 F.

https://www.livescience.com/antarctica-record-high-temperature.html


Isn't science wonderful?
It's all in the detail.

Where did they record it? 
How did they record it? 
What are they comparing it with? 
How and where was that recorded?
Is it raw data or "adjusted data"?

They have ways and means.

Check out Tony Heller on YouTube to find out how they get the figures they want.
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Post by PeterMac on 19.02.20 9:42

Given that Antarctica - just the landmass, never mind the ice-shelves – is larger than the USA plus Mexico
it leaves it a bit unclear.
Under a penguin's armpit ?
On an explorer's Primus stove ?
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Post by Verdi on 21.02.20 0:02

'Birdgirl' Mya-Rose Craig receives Bristol University honorary doctorate

A teenage birdwatcher has urged students to "tackle the environmental crisis" as she received an honorary doctorate at the age of 17.

Mya-Rose Craig, also known as Birdgirl, set up Black2Nature to help engage more children from minority ethnic backgrounds (BAME) in conservation.

She received the doctor of science degree from the University of Bristol.

The environmentalist posts on Twitter as BirdGirlUK and is thought to be the UK's youngest recipient of the award.

Accepting the accolade she said everybody from every community should "tackle the environmental crisis we find ourselves in".
"Now more than ever, it is important to recognise that inequality of engagement creates inequality of opportunity and an unequal world is not a sustainable one," she said.

"I hope that everyone will have their light bulb moment, like I did, when they realise what they really care about and want to fight for."

She called for those graduating to use their skills to "really go out and change the world for the better".

Ms Craig was nominated for the honorary degree by Dr Rich Pancost, head of earth sciences at the university.

"To bestow a comparable honour on someone who is only 17 years old is not a decision we take lightly," Dr Pancost said.

"It is reserved for those who are leading truly special projects, courageous projects, transformative projects.

"Mya-Rose is doing exactly that."

TV presenter and nature enthusiast Bill Oddie said initially he had been "somewhat confused" when he started getting emails from "BirdGirl".

He said: "A super hero? Well, actually yes Myra-Rose is exactly that.

"Intelligent, informed, passionate, and persistent, whatever the cause, such qualities are what gets things done," he added.

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She is currently studying English literature, Spanish and media studies at A-level and will sit her exams in May, and plans to take a gap year before going to university to study politics and international relations.

Her mother Helena Craig said it was "astonishing" her daughter was to become the youngest person in the country to receive an honorary doctorate.

She added: "Mya speaking out about race and diversity in the environmental movement has attracted certain people and negativity.

"It's been difficult, so it's good that she is now getting that recognition."


Prof Pancost, ex-director of the Bristol Cabot Institute who also nominated Mya-Rose, said he felt "proud" to see her receive the doctorate as she had created a "phenomenal amount of positive change" for nature.

"She is a champion for diversity and equity in the environmental and conservation sector, challenging institutions but also creating and driving transformative projects like Black2Nature," he said.

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Okay, so it's good news to hear teenagers care about the wonders of nature, getting out there in the fresh air rather than burying their heads in a bit of plastic - environmentally unfriendly plastic, but please let's get this into perspective and keep the youthful ardor in the classroom, where it belongs.

Encourage youthful passion in the schoolroom and home environment by all means, it's important never to forget how we live breath and survive.  That is where this folly should begin and end.

Is the life experience of our elders, the wisdom of long life, to be ignored or sidelined in favour of childlike fantasy?

Keep it real!

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Post by CaKeLoveR on 21.02.20 1:11

Oh dear, old people fawning over another child. It's rather repulsive.
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Post by PeterMac on 21.02.20 8:03

It merely reduces the status of an Honorary Doctorate to that of, say, a Nobel Peace Prize.
Utterly valueless, worthless, and above all, slightly ridiculous
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