Wednesday, April 22, 2020
KANSAS CITY CELEBRATES EARTH DAY 50TH ANNIVERSARY!!!
Before we celebrate municipal propaganda in celebration of a the globalist agenda to take away American cheese and turn the frogs gay . . . Let's think about our current predicament . . .
Scientific American: Destroyed Habitat Creates the Perfect Conditions for Coronavirus to Emerge
COVID-19 may be just the beginning of mass pandemics
"A number of researchers today think that it is actually humanity’s destruction of biodiversity that creates the conditions for new viruses and diseases like COVID-19, the viral disease that emerged in China in December 2019, to arise—with profound health and economic impacts in rich and poor countries alike. In fact, a new discipline, planetary health, is emerging that focuses on the increasingly visible connections among the well-being of humans, other living things and entire ecosystems."
To wit, starshine . . .
KANSAS CITY CELEBRATES EARTH DAY AND HOPES TO SAVE THE WORLD BY WAY OF SOCIAL MEDIA BULLYING AND SHAME!!!
Apparently, anybody who doesn't agree that the world's going to end in 12 years is worthy of scorn even if coronavirus has shown the world that a cleaner environment is possible if only the population is strictly locked down, regulated and rebuked for merely considering the Constitutional implications.
Guardian: Coronavirus has led to reduced pollution, re-emerging wildlife and plunging oil prices and shown the size of the task facing humanity
To be fair, here's a nice resource from City Hall and a glimpse at so many environmental efforts funded by taxpayers that not only help to clean up this town but also provide vital make-work for the unemployable — A practice that's is pretty much the foundation for the new economy after the lockdown is temporarily paused and then inevitably restarted amid the terrifying threat of a deadly coronavirus second wave . . .
Earth Day Every Day KC
2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. To honor this important event Kansas City is launching this Earth Day Every Day website. Share with us about how you’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with the hashtags #StayGreenStayHome #EarthDayKC50.
Earth Day is facing a challenge it has never faced before. The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements are limiting the critical work that is normally done by caring people and organizations throughout Kansas City and the nation. Kansas City’s Emergency Order is necessary for our health and we are urging you to avoid group activities on or around Earth Day. But this does not mean you can’t take action. Local governments and nonprofits throughout the region have partnered together to bring you 50 things you can do for the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. This pandemic has separated us socially, but it is reconnecting many Kansas Citians with the value of nature. Now is the perfect time to reaffirm our commitment to care for our natural world. A healthy planet = a healthy city.
You decide . . .