09 Apr '12, 7pm

if this is the most powerful photo about climate change that you've seen in a long time: #ConnectTheDots #350ppm

if this is the most powerful photo about climate change that you've seen in a long time: #ConnectTheDots #350ppm

Among many other disasters, a warmer climate will move the start of tornado season earlier and earlier every year, meaning that North America will see more powerful Winter and early Spring storms like the ones that hit the midwest this March and April. Climate activists in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area of Texas took this powerful photo in the aftermath of an early tornado in Lancaster, Texas. To join them and thousands of others connecting the dots between climate change and extreme weather, visit ClimateDots.org . "On Tuesday, April 3, several tornadoes swept through the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area. The damage left behind was pretty bad, with some people’s houses being completely destroyed. Fortunately, there have been no reports of deaths so far. I was at school during the storm, and everyone had to take refuge in bathrooms or other tornado-safe locations for about two hours, fro...

Full article: http://www.350.org/en/about/blogs/connecting-dots-aftermath

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