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Published on Apr 17, 2019
Extinction Rebellion Te-Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington) undertook a protest at the Beehive, New Zealand's Parliament. After having esteemed freshwater ecologist Dr. Mike Joy talk about the problems of intensive agriculture in Aotearoa, a herd of cows chased by their peasant farmers (to highlight the International Day of Peasant's Struggle) dropped 28L of "sour milk" (biodegradable and non-toxic) down the stairs of Parliament. This was to symbolise that NZ's white gold is turning sour - we have some of the highest rates of freshwater extinction and endangered species, our water quality standards are a joke and our methane emissions are a massive problem in term of our GHG profile. We demand that government and the intensive farming lobby and industry stop these deadly practices and turn back to sustainable farming methods our land and water can survive.