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Deputy Prime Minister puts 2020 haze on national agenda

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We should review this commitment in March 2020:


"The government hopes that the people will trust that the government are fully behind solving this problem and that it is a national level agenda which hopes to achieve its aim of permanently reducing particles in the air to acceptable level within as short a time frame as possible."

 

Full article on CityLife: here

 

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Deputy PM puts haze on the 2020 Agenda.

But will anything actually get done about it :whistling:

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55 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

What to discuss? If you burn the forest and plantations, it causes smoke AKA haze. Stop the burning, no smoke or haze.

 

... whoa, not so fast there, couple more committees need to be established first ... here from the article:

 

> ... the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives will speed up the change in all agricultural land in the nine northern provinces to become burn-free areas within three years, forbidding businesses related to maize for animal feed from buying products from forest encroached areas ... < 

 

Why give (another) 3 years time in the 1st place, who is lobbying (aka paying) to the end of this permanent deferring ... (rhetorical question)

Plenty of homemade pollution here so it would certainly make sense to get an effective move on, as of yesterday ...

 

That said the following screenshot clearly shows who's doing the most killing in the region (yes, their old buddy Chyna), originally recorded about 2 weeks ago around 3:30pm local/8:30am zulu/10:30am across the better part of EU (DST) so industries up & running ... 

 

 

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