Carbon dioxide, and veg management
THE locking up of our forests by the “fake Greens” in their alliance with Queensland Labor resulted in the horrific bushfires of this summer.
The loss of lives, both human and animal, as well as the destruction of property was the second year that huge areas of Queensland were destroyed by the poor management of our national parks and state forests.
A Bushfire Royal Commission has been called to investigate this summer’s fires.
While ordinary Australians are concerning themselves with trying to keep their businesses and jobs during Covid-19, the fake Greens are working behind the scenes, adjusting figures to suit their requirements.
Approximately 830 million tonnes of carbon dioxide was released into the atmosphere due to these bushfires, almost twice as much as Australia’s national annual emissions from industry, transport and energy. These extra emissions will not be counted towards Australia’s emission targets and are in fact “negligible”.
Apparently the extra emissions from the bushfires don’t count because the trees grow back to absorb the Co2.
Well I have a message for Qld Labor, the mulga that is used to feed cattle, grows back as well.
The suckers, cleared to retain grasslands, prevent run-off and prevent erosion, grow back as well. It can also be argued that crops and pastures, and everything else that is an agricultural plant ALL absorb CO2 and are in fact carbon sinks.
The “fake Greens” are using the carbon dioxide argument as a frame up to suit their ideology in regards to bushfires versus the agricultural industry.
We need to let the graziers and timber cutters back into the forests to manage them properly.
Farmers are the true environmentalists.
Colin Boyce, Callide MP