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An effluent tide awaits Cop26 guests. They should see the state of our rivers, too | Marina Hyde

Our sewage-spewing PM fronts a party that has just voted for literal sewage-spewing. Environmental conference, you say?To the ?2.9m Downing Street briefing room, and a Monday matinee performance by dissolute children's entertainer Boris Johnson. Johnson always looks nervous talking to kids, as though he's afraid one of them might ask for a hair sample or his discarded coffee cup. Still, here he is, Climate Santa - holding a Q&A with some youngsters in a show that never felt more than four seconds away from a slurred, "I'm sorry kids, I just threw up a little in my prime minister's costume."We already know that many children live with a sense of powerless anxiety about the climate crisis - and these ones had presumably been handpicked for being particularly committed to the cause. So really, just a very special outreach effort from the PM. Let's take a look at some of the lowlights. "Recycling isn't the answer, I've got to be honest with you," the prime minister told their little faces, as the WWF UK chief executive next to him suppressed another thousand-yard stare. "You're not going to like this. It doesn't begin to address the problem"; "We need to have municipal toothpaste, something or other, we'll work this out later"; "We have to encourage [cows] to stop burping"; "It's going to be very, very tough, this summit, and I'm very worried because it might go wrong. We might not get the agreements that we need. It's touch and go, it's very, very difficult ... It's very far from clear that we'll get the progress that we need." Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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