Monday, January 23, 2012

The Good intentions create little but fiddle

Its been over 6 years since the last post here ( plenty elsewhere) What's changed in government's approach in that time ? (to environment) - nothing but more  fiddling and twiddeling ( at the behest of Green Labor)

  1. More mere description
  2. More PC research but no conclusions and nothing to upset the trip to the cul de sac
  3. Longer lists of things to worry about  but no real understanding of biodiversity and how to encourage it.
  4. More excuses 
  5. More fearmongering 
  6. More preventable disasters
  7. More Emperors with no clothes  Julia must really notice the breeze 
  8. Bigger excuses and bigger bureaus to manage and provide forms to fill out to prevent those disasters
  9. An opposition aware of some of the bleedin,  but with no idea of how to do surgery on the bleeding economy in THIS regard . Making money is easy . Making the family work is another matter.
  10. No idea what planning WITH the environment really means or staff who are trained and on the job to do it

2 Comments:

Blogger journeymanj said...

we note with interest yesterday that Mr Tony Burke has been persuaded to put Mr Koala ( not sure what provenance - he does move around) on the threatened list. Before he should do this he needs to put the blinkered preoccupation of the Greens with old growth forests on the theatening processes list. If you don't understand why - ask me . At least I am not constrained by death row myopia in my view of life and its regeneration and preservation.

8:57 AM  
Blogger journeymanj said...

Australian story too was a little disturbing fopr its failure to engege with observer science on the issues of degradation processes . While the enthusiasm of Peter Andrew is welcome to all , he doesn't understand the ecological drivers on his own unique piece of land and the ABC need to exercise much more care in diverting people to cul de sacs rather than a real way forward in the productive disciplines of just objectively studying their own farms and looking after them on the best advice . After all we can celebrate the fact that we are learning to look after our country better than many people realise.( go there in the growing season for eg)

9:08 AM  

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