Burning Man festival another great delusion by lunatic Leftists: The event TRASHES the desert and the local town like an ecological apocalypse

Friday, April 26, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Vicki Batts
NaturalNews.com
Friday, April 26, 2019

Burning Man may bill itself as one of the world’s largest “Leave No Trace” events, but that doesn’t mean the festival is actually doing any good for the environment. Despite the event’s environmentalist rhetoric, there are growing concerns about Burning Man’s environmental impact. From burning diesel fumes and lavish RV campsites to massive amounts of human waste, there are a number of not-so-Earth-friendly practices going on at the desert festival. While Burning Man may say, “leave no trace,” the state of the desert says otherwise.

Residents from nearby towns say that “burners” are not nearly as “eco-friendly” as they believe themselves to be. For example, Daily Wire reports Burning Man doesn’t supply festival-goers with dumpsters to put garbage in, so a lot of trash ends up in the backyards of local residents. Burning Man itself has said that it would take at least 1,500 dump trucks to remove the 15,000 tons of waste produced by the festival and its attendees.

Instead, the environmentally-friendly burners leave their garbage in other people’s yards so someone else can take care of it. Actions speak louder than words — and this behavior exemplifies liberal dogma to a T. This is not the first time liberals have destroyed their environment, and it won’t be the last.

Burning Man trashes environment
Supposedly, the lack of trash cans and dumpsters at Burning Man is supposed to make attendees more “aware” of their garbage production. But it also means the event organizers don’t have to pay for garbage removal — and it helps them hide how much waste is truly produced. In 2017, some 5,000 bikes were left behind.

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