Dairying meets Abrupt Climate Change in rural Canterbury…

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Cows in the Okana River, where banks have eroded into the water. The river forms the Takiritawai River and flows into ...
My rage, shame and grief knows no bounds as I share this.
 
I remember what used to be a pristine little lake at Little River on Banks Peninsular,east of Christchurch (our friends lived across the road), from my childhood.
I know people (mostly in high places), who should be frogmarched down to this lake and have their heads rubbed in it. 
 
Criminal arseholes!
Canterbury’s poisonous Lake Forsyth kills sheep, full of green slime
Poisonous water in a Canterbury lake has killed sheep and household pets, after recurring algal blooms made the water toxic.
Lake Forsyth on the Banks Peninsula is green with toxic slime.
STACY SQUIRES/FAIRFAX NZ   Lake Forsyth on the Banks Peninsula is green with toxic slime
Locals say that after several years of improvement, the water in Lake Forsyth on the Banks Peninsula has deteriorated after a run of dry weather.
For the last few months, large parts of the lake have been green, with toxic green slime seeping onto its shores.

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