Tuesday, 29 November 2011

"Beach related activities" at the COP 17 in Durban affected by heavy rain

This must be a huge disappointment for the more than 20.000 climate change tourists delegates at the COP 17 warmist beach jamboree in Durban. After heavy rainfall and flooding in Durban the South African Government Communication and Information System has issued the following statement:

Some beach related activities of the 17th Conference of Parties (COP 17) have been affected. They have been delayed by a day.

Swimming also seems to be restricted :

Bart Fokkens, from the Duzi-Umgeni Conservation Trust, says large amounts of plastic debris are piled up on the Umgeni River mouth.
He says paddling and swimming in the lagoon area are not recommended either, as the water quality at this stage does not look good.
Fokkens has described the water as being a 'chocolate brown' colour.

It cannot take long, before the first "expert" statement appears in the MSM blaming global warming/climate change for the flooding and the brown water.

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