Freshwater ecologist Dr Mike Joy makes a plea to politicians and the public, urging them to trust that the people who study water quality know what they’re talking about. Imagine you had just stepped onto a plane, and the captain’s voice came over the intercom. “We’ve been held back from take-off while the engineers look over a problem with the engine.
New Zealand is less clean and green than its tourism marketing makes it out to be. The main culprit: the dairy industry. By Mike Joy and David LarsenDr. Joy is a freshwater ecologist in New Zealand. Mr. Larsen is a New Zealand journalist. Aug 15, 2019ImageDairy cows grazing on a farm near Oxford, New Zealand, last year. New Zealand is a country of just under five million people and just over 10 million cows.
Futurelearning Spinning into a freshwater grave PR obfuscation and denial ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous achieve nothing and only limit the chances of necessary environmental change occurring, writes Victoria University of Wellington’s Dr Mike JoyOnce again we are witnessing the summer epidemic of no-swim warnings in popular lakes, rivers and beaches throughout New Zealand. Every year the number of warnings and closures grows, and now no region seems immune.
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