Buzzing Battles, Hidden Warnings, and Dubious Politics

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In the realm of environmental advocacy, Hawaii Unites recently lost a legal battle against the state over a contentious project involving the release of bacteria-infected mosquitoes in Maui. The group had argued that the project, aimed at suppressing southern house mosquitoes that transmit avian malaria, lacked sufficient environmental assessment and posed risks to native birds, wildlife, and public health. The court, however, ruled in favor of the state, asserting that the environmental assessment provided ample information for a reasoned decision. Despite this setback, Hawaii Unites plans to appeal, citing concerns about the experimental nature of the project, potential bacterial spread, and the absence of biosecurity protocols.

Meanwhile, in the health sector, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reportedly drafted a warning about myocarditis and COVID-19 vaccines in May 2021 but did not publish it. Despite being aware of the risks of heart swelling in healthy teenagers, the agency continued to recommend vaccination for everyone over 12 years old. In related news, the Biden administration has been accused of pressuring Amazon to censor books promoting COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, a claim that Amazon has not denied. In a lighter vein, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the renowned infectious disease expert, is set to release a memoir in June, aiming to inspire younger individuals to consider careers in public health.

In the political sphere, there is growing criticism of the government’s use of mandates and the push for a global pandemic treaty. Activists are rallying against what they perceive as doublespeak in the treaty and the World Health Organization’s tactics. Simultaneously, there is widespread frustration with the current state of politics and media, with critics arguing that both Republicans and Democrats are controlled by bankers and corporations. Concerns have also been raised about President Biden’s memory issues, with critics arguing that it is dangerous to have a president who cannot remember basic facts.

On the economic front, the US has a significant amount of approved but not yet constructed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export capacity. The main hurdle is securing debt financing and finding investors willing to make long-term commitments. Factors such as high interest rates, low US natural gas prices, potential extraction limits, and the affordability of exported LNG for overseas buyers could discourage investment. Despite these challenges, the US has seen an increase in LNG exports in recent years due to their flexibility. However, affordability remains a key factor, as high prices can limit demand. Experts suggest a cautious approach to building LNG export capacity to ensure profitability and the viability of existing facilities.


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The final environmental assessment for this project is insufficient under the Hawai‘i Environmental Policy Act," Lia said. "[It] fails to describe mitigation measures or biosecurity protocols for the mosquitoes, and the discussion of alternatives is inadequate.

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