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Earth Dwellers Legacy: Scorched Earth, Befouled Oceans . . .

Posted by feww on November 21, 2018

IN PROGRESS…

  • TIA [September 24, Confidential 10]
  • TNWG [October 22, Confidential 10]
  • MIRR [November 14, Confidential 10]

Nominated Groups:

  • Executive

FIRE-EARTH Report:

Earth dwellers rapidly forfeiting their privileges

[Prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science Teams.]

  • Presentation available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

All Groups

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Background:

Researchers at Wakatobi national park (SE Sulawesi province, Indonesia ) found the rotting carcass of a 9.5 meter long  sperm whale on Monday.

The whale had more than 1,000 pieces of plastic waste in the belly weighing 5.9 kg including “Hard plastic (19 pieces, 140g), plastic bottles (4 pieces, 150g), plastic bags (25 pieces, 260g), flip-flops (2 pieces, 270g), pieces of rope (3.26kg) & plastic cups (115 pieces, 750g).”

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One Response to “Earth Dwellers Legacy: Scorched Earth, Befouled Oceans . . .”

  1. WL said

    A group of up to 145 pilot whales have died after becoming stranded on a beach on Stewart Island in New Zealand.

    Authorities said half the whales had already died by then, while the other half were put down as it would have been too difficult to save them.

    In separate incidents, 12 pygmy whales and a sperm whale also beached in New Zealand over the weekend.

    On another North Island beach, a 15m (50ft) sperm whale died on Saturday morning.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-46339763

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