A mixture of Topics
World leaders are deciding who will benefit from Covid recovery plans: corporations, or the planet.
Billionaire mining magnate Gina Rinehart and the coal lobby are using the COVID19 health crisis to lobby for huge corporate tax cuts for their fossil fuel empires.
The big coal and gas companies are trying to use the pandemic to boost dirty emissions, and it threatens our chance for safe, clean oceans.
As we all take refuge in our homes during COVID-19, our birds are losing theirs. Absurdly, while the world grinds to a halt, industrial logging surges on — even after the devastating loss of habitat during the summer’s bushfires.
Our forests are in dire need of a break. But incredibly, in New South Wales, logging is happening in bushfire-ravaged areas, and in Tasmania we could see previously protected forests opened up for logging if the State Parliament agrees.
There is 31% of Victoria's rainforests were burnt, as well as 24% of wet or damp forests, and 34% of lowland forests
100% of the potential habitat of East Gippsland galaxias (a small native fish) have burnt 40% of sooty owl, long-footed potoroo, diamond python, brush-tailed rock-wallaby and long-nosed bandicoot habitat has burnt
There needs to be an urgent transition and no salvage logging.
Finally what the h3ll has damn 2030 got to do with stopping mining, logging and other gas exploration???? TOO LONG, it should be way less in years than 10 from now. By the time 2030 turns up there will be f*** All left worth saving.
I am fed up with all the BS going on and STOP blaming Covid-19 for all of it. It seems convenient to do so, so you can wreck the planet without anyone publicly opposing you. All of these and more are all under the radar with Coronavirus being the topic of precedence.