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Blood honey. Vermelho fruit de #Panamá #southamerica tastes like strawberry 🍓. www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1783532551959053&id=100009069778146

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Honey producers in Western Australia oppose fracking. Beekeepers are opposing a plan to clear a nature reserve named after them. Honey producers have used the Beekeepers Nature Reserve, 250 kilometres north of #Perth, for decades because of its high quality native vegetation. But the part of the reserve has now been earmarked for a seismic survey by Norwest Energy. Beekeeper David Leyland said the State Government should not have approved the survey, which would involve the cutting and mulching of up to 185 hectares of the reserve and adjacent farmland for vehicle access lanes.
"It's a very important area for the beekeepers of Western Australia. The vegetation, you just don't get it anywhere else in WA, and the weather, it's perfect bee conditions. Without that area, beekeeping will be pretty much the way it is in the rest of the world, relying on chemicals and agricultural crops. "
Wastewater from fracking contains potentially toxic chemicals used in fracking fluid, as well as natural contaminants from deep underground, including total dissolved solids (e.g., salts, barium, strontium), organic pollutants (e.g., benzene, toluene) and normally occurring radioactive material (NORM) such as Radium 226. An estimated 30% to 70% of the fluid used in fracking will resurface, requiring treatment. Fracking also releases "produced water" from underground that also rises to the surface, and can be anywhere from two to 200 times as much water, depending on the oil/gas/water concentrations in the shale formation. This water is toxic to life.
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Radio Interview – Beyond Infinity

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