Thursday, May 24, 2012

The Dark Side of The Maldives....

This is what you see when you google pictures of The Maldives....






Well it appears there is a darkside.....



The Maldives are known as an unspoilt, paradise island destination for upmarket tourists but the BBC's Simon Reeve has paid a visit to a part of the Maldives that tourists do not see - a huge island waste dump.
He was accompanied by local conservationist Marie Saleem who explained how the country struggles with waste management.
The Maldives' government told the >BBC< they were looking at ways to tackle their waste problem.



6 comments:

  1. I have an idea. The Maldives are always being pimped as an example of how global warming is going to wipe out low-lying lands. They should be use garbage to build up the height of the islands. We can send all of ours to them.

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  2. I have an idea. The Maldives are always being pimped as an example of how global warming is going to wipe out low-lying lands. They should be use garbage to build up the height of the islands. We can send all of ours to them.

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  3. You think this would make a good sidebar for one of my mental vacations?

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  4. Sea levels have not changed in the last 50 years.

    Warmists have been cooking the satellite data as thoroughly as Samuel George Morton unconsciously mismeasured the cranial capacity of black skulls.

    http://joannenova.com.au/2012/05/man-made-sea-level-rises-are-due-to-global-adjustments/

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  5. Kristopher, I don't believe all their warmist BS; I just figured if they're going to make such a big deal about it, we could hook them up with lots of landfill material. Great info at that link, BTW>

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  6. Kristopher, I don't believe all their warmist BS; I just figured if they're going to make such a big deal about it, we could hook them up with lots of landfill material. Great info at that link, BTW>

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