WA Delegate (non-executive): The Plains of Dioxin (elected 228 days ago)
Founder: The Plains of Dioxin
Embassies: the greenlands.
Unity of Green Pastures contains 4 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Armed in Unity of Green Pastures
World Census experts took their lives into their hands in order to ascertain the average number of weapons per citizen.
As a region, Unity of Green Pastures is ranked 15,258th in the world for Most Armed.
|1.||The Republic of Pepis||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Duty • Honor • Country”|
|2.||The Commonhive of Beezyland||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Long Live the Hive”|
|3.||The Holy Empire of Oak day||Father Knows Best State||“We are always watching you ”|
|4.||The Plains of Dioxin||New York Times Democracy||“This Too Shall Pass”|
- 28 days ago: Embassy cancelled between Occupy nationstates and Unity of Green Pastures.
- 33 days ago: Embassy cancelled between Green Planet and Unity of Green Pastures.
- 34 days ago: Embassy cancelled between Iron port and Unity of Green Pastures.
- 35 days ago: The Legion of Seventy of the region Iron port ordered the closure of its embassy in Unity of Green Pastures.
- 37 days ago: The Queendom of Yegimop of the region Green Planet ordered the closure of its embassy in Unity of Green Pastures.
- 37 days ago: The Republic of Pepis arrived from Equilism.
- 39 days ago: The Holy Empire of Oak day arrived from The Black Hawks.
- 61 days ago: The Republic of New Zeatserland ceased to exist.
- 62 days ago: The Plains of Dioxin rejected The Darwin Allied Republics's request for regional embassies.
- 63 days ago: The Republic of Nlshorse4 of the region Iron port cancelled the closure of its embassy in Unity of Green Pastures.
Unity of Green Pastures Regional Message Board
how is very one
The Hive has completed winterizing the home and the colony has no better time than when watching the snow gently blanket our pasture. Our national day of Thanksgiving is around the corner and the Hive wishes our fellow Pasturemates a relaxing end of November.
Queen Lupine III
And to you also.
In the Southern climes, the weather is warming. Fires are already burning and we fear it may be a volatile Summer downUnder.
i have snow outside
Not really knowing the historical brushfire season, it seems awfully early for brushfires when I think of it in Northern Hemisphere terms. Have you been in an extended drought or is it global weather change? Our forest fires can certainly occur anytime a lightning bolt strikes in the Rockies when the timber has a near 0 moisture content. Or when a coal-seam fire starts nearby scrub growth on fire.
Hi. Normally ('normally', ha!) the bushfire season in Australia didn't usually begin until after Christmas - end of January/February when the temperatures are at their highest and the land is at its driest. However, over the last twenty years, it's been getting hotter (and therefore drier) much earlier, evidenced by the horrendous fires in NSW of last month.
Fires may begin for any number of reasons; lightning-strike; spontaneous combustion of dried fuel stores; idiots with cigarettes or careless camping-fires - all sorts of reasons, but the end result is the same. Thousands and thousands of hectares of land fall under the flames. Properties, farms, forests, parks. It's the wildlife that suffers the most. It's a grim reality.
Whatever the politicians find politic to say, the entire continent is becoming hotter and drier much earlier. I believe it to be climate change, yes.
Will be keeping positive thoughts for your homeland through the coming Summer. What with larger ice masses breaking free in the Antarctic and Greenland's fast melting glaciers we (and by we I mean the US) must act soon to have any chance of enacting several realistic measures to hold the ongoing disaster at bay. It's the very real possibility of methane releases that concern me more. Lots of Russian and Canadian tundra no longer having permafrost will be the end of all of us.
So much for positive thoughts. Make mine the whole bottle of Reposado with a pale ale 6 pack to back.
... bottle of gin with a long straw, I think ...