19 Jul '13, 1pm

18 things climate change may ruin, from allergies to wine

18 things climate change may ruin, from allergies to wine

Here is just a bit of what we’ve learned in recent years about some things that the science community thinks climate change negatively will affect, or even ruin. Many of these impacts are now unavoidable. (OK, not all of these come from the science community, like the consequences for Santa Claus of destroying the Arctic, but you get the idea.) This catalog of impacts is incomplete, growing, and doesn’t include some of the most important and dire consequences, such as the acidification of the ocean, the risk of massive population dislocations, threats to national security and changes to the very hydrologic cycle of the planet. Instead, I’ve focused on some tangible consequences for things in our day-to-day lives.

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2013/07/19/things-climate-ch...

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