Wednesday 21st of August 2019

Gus Leonisky's blog

not informing the public that we are already in a climate crisis...

roulette

Honeré is also tracking a dangerous situation at Mosaic’s Uncle Sam fertilizer plant in St. James Parish, which is located next to the site where the Wanhua plant will be built if approved. Last month Mosaic met to discuss efforts to prevent a potential environmental catastrophe in the heart of Cancer Alley: a collapse of a nearly 200-foot-tall wall of mineral waste and the subsequent release of acidic wastewater into nearby waterways and wetlands. 

well-off australians are pulling away from the rest of the nation...

getting away

It's official: the rich are getting richer.

china, russia, iran, iraq, vietnam, anywhere, venezuela, cuba, etc...

how good...

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made a historic visit to the US aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, in a show of friendship with the United States, as China sends a warship to the vicinity of joint military exercises off the Australian coast.

bourgeois latte...

latte

I am impressed by people who can sleep at night with a clean conscience. It’s impressive. The bourgeois have acquired a magical peace of mind that is unequalled in history, though they can be annoyed at what is now called political correctitude (PC), which demands an overboard amount of compassion and a diminishment of their comforts due to draconian socialistic laws that prevent us from vilifying gays and their rights, people of various colours and the lazy poor bastards who cannot get a break due to their bad choice of lifestyle. 

expect conditions currently not seen in any major cities in the world...

SYDNEY

Global heating: London to have climate similar to Barcelona by 2050

Nearly 80% of cities to undergo dramatic and potentially disastrous changes, study finds

the superbugs of the sea birds on the sea shore are more dangerous than warships in sydney...

seagulls

Seagulls all over Australia are carrying superbugs resistant to antibiotics, scientists say. 

all around rising national emissions...

greenbacks

Australia’s emissions are again the highest on record, driven this time by an increase in emissions from the electricity sector, which rose to their highest levels in two years, according to new figures.

Fugitive emissions from Australia’s LNG industry also continue to fuel rising national emissions.

paying them to destroy the environment...

basin

Australian taxpayers have given a huge corporation more than $40 million, enabling it to expand irrigation in the Murray-Darling Basin under an environmental scheme that has been labelled a national disgrace. 

shooting the marathon man..

messenger

Trump administration officials were enthusiastic when Ecuador decided to expel Julian Assange from its embassy in London, where he had received sanctuary for nearly seven years. British authorities promptly jailed him for jumping bail on sexual assault charges in Sweden, and U.S. officials began plans to have Assange extradited to face espionage charges in this country. He just turned 48 in prison on July 3.

the end of civilisations — not all that bad...

roman

Of all the civilisation collapses in history, the Mayan is probably the most famous.

lollipop music like turboprop toys for a worried transport magnate...

sir richard...

Entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson narrates a new recording of The Environmental Symphony by Australian composer Allan Zavod, with words by Australia's Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel.

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