The public hearing online hearings will take place this Thursday, September 2, and will continue until Saturday, September 4. Interested persons may register to attend and view this hearing.
Covered topics include:
Thursday, September 2, Day 1 – Fruit farming, hi-ken, forest farming, roadside plant management, glyphosate, chronic health problems, environment and community.
Friday, September 3, Day 2 – Te Ao Maori, Dakoxin Cutting, Long-Term Health Impact, Conservation, Consultation, Whitangi Convention, 1080 and Broadifacom, Human and Animal Injuries, Councils, Woreda Health Boards.
Saturday, September 4, Day 3 – Historical and Current Poison Use in Conservation, Chemical Exposure Cocktail in Invasion Mari, EPA Defects, Glyphosate Ecological Damage, Citizen Farmers Observation, Misconceptions, Human Rights, Climate, Natural Rights.
Read the full hearing program here.
Expert Commissioners to hear witnesses from New Zealand
Four commissioners will listen to statements for 3 days and write a report with government recommendations.
The joint commissioners share an impressive level of professionalism. Their knowledge base includes: pesticide science, organic, sustainable alternatives, human rights impact assessments, clean water ecology, mātauranga māori, Tiriti o Waitangi flora and animal testing, environmental law, indigenous rights and legal interpretation, pesticides Focused on medicine.
The public inquiry is a coalition of organizations, groups and individuals working to raise awareness of environmental health and aims to reduce the use of toxic chemicals and toxins in New Zealand.
Aotearoa has a contagious emergency
It’s time for the elephant in the room to be called: Poison-Industrial Complex. Stephanie McKee, a member of the organizing committee.
Toxic: The industrial complex is a network of corporations, government bodies, and even charities that use synthetic toxins in all sectors of NZ society: agriculture, horticulture, conservation, forestry, and weed management. ”
“The government has declared a state of emergency following the pressure of our school’s climate activists. We must admit that Otoroa is suffering from a pollution emergency. All of these toxins come from the fossil fuel industry. ”
During these epidemics, there is an urgent need to protect soil, water, air, and human health. Organic horticulture is the food of the future.
I have been working for two years with a great team to connect everyone involved in this public inquiry – Te Uiuinga a te Tāngata. We truly thank our wonderful Commissioners for taking the time to listen to all the offers over the next three days.
The committee welcomes people to jump on this Waka – let’s work together to make Otororo a truly clean green country.
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