Originally posted on Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch: Last week saw devastating floods in the town of Edgecumbe in the beautiful Bay of Plenty. Heartfelt sympathies to all who have been affected by this carnage. I was living in that region during the 2004 floods so saw the devastation then myself. Fortunately we lived on higher…The Flood Danger of Edgecumbe That The Authorities Knew About in 1945 — Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch
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Let them go
Let their toxicity go. Blow their negativity away.
At the beginning it will hurt. It will bother you and make you feel bad about yourself as if you’re going to die. Panic attacks and depression will consume your body, anxiety will burn your brain down to a level where you can’t control your emotions anymore. Laying on your bed, hugging your pillow trying desperately to sleep but numbness all what you can feel. Body aches hands shaking, headache, chest aching, throat sore, stomach burning and all that because their time came to an end in your life chapter.
It’s important to learn and understand how much pain they cause to you. It’s necessary to let them go even if you want them to stay with you forever.
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It hurts to an extent that it will leave you crying till you fall asleep. Nose blocking, puffy eyes. Heartbreak is inevitable when it comes to those who were your everything. It’s kind of hurt that leaves you unable to see the truth that you were an option in their life. It’s a kind of pain that will never leaves you alone, it will follows you everywhere, to remind you of their toxic words and their poisonous actions.
But of the things that you have to learn is that you can’t expect them to love you back the same way you did. The way you love them doesn’t determine their way they are going to love you back. It’s not the goodbye that hurts the most rather than training your mind to stop thinking about them, it’s how can you imagine your life without them. In fact they can move forward without you even. The moment they took the decision to leave is when they had already give up on you.
So, for years I’ve been hearing about fossil fuel subsidies–money given by the government to the fossil fuel industry. It’s pretty clear why this shouldn’t be happening. For one thing, it gives the industry a huge competitive advantage relative to renewable energy. But what exactly are these subsidies, and how do they work? This morning […]Subsidies? — The Climate in Emergency
Today in climate change (6 May 2022)
Please find below links to recent climate change news… Net zero by 2050 will hit a major timing problem technology can’t solve. We need to talk about cutting consumption https://theconversation.com/net-zero-by-2050-will-hit-a-major-timing-problem-technology-cant-solve-we-need-to-talk-about-cutting-consumption-181951 Rising risk: How the NZ coast will be transformed https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/rising-risk-how-our-coast-will-be-transformed/R24X3UURX7ESXCLKCGDSHFU2EU/ Green infrastructure helps cities with climate change. So why isn’t there more of it? https://www.npr.org/2022/04/15/1092336365/green-infrastructure-bill-spending-floods Why […] #wordpressToday in climate change (6 May 2022)
Nina Moll Aquatic diversity is extremely important for our planet, as “we live on a water planet with 71% of its surface covered by salty ocean water to an average depth of 3.7 kilometers (2.3 miles)”(Miller and Spoolman). With such a great percentage of our planet being covered in water, we greatly depend on it […]Aquatic Biodiversity and Food Sustainability — Site Title
A new study sheds light on how environmental conditions affect largely unexplored deep-sea fungi – and provides hints of their response to future changes.How will Antarctic fungi respond to climate change? — envirobites
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