THERE’S A BAD SMELL IN THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND AND IT WILL INEVITABLY GET WORSE

Many thanks Nibs Nature Notes

Nib's Nature Notes

The usual greed and utter contempt of men for the environment is about to be exposed yet again. In the magnificent Moray Firth in the north of Scotland, the antics of The Cromarty Firth Port Authority, it’s CEO Bob Buskie and assorted cronies, need to be seen for what they are – the masterminds of an environmental catastrophe in the making.
The Cromarty Firth Port Authority are reapplying for a licence for ship to ship crude oil transfers in the Moray Firth, not for the UK, as if that was any good reason, but for smaller tankers from the Baltic to transfer oil into larger tankers for global distribution.
Bob Buskie, whose demesne is on the north side of the Firth, has the arrogance to refuse to have consulted with the south side, the counties of Nairn and Moray, which would take the brunt of any spill on their pristine…

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