15 Jun '11, 6pm

You might have a climate crisis if

You might have a climate crisis if

It's hard for me to fathom how naysayers still refuse to acknowledge that increased carbon pollution -- primarily from the burning of fossil fuels -- is to blame for the increasingly hostile weather we're facing these days. After all, climate scientists have been warning us for years that global warming will bring more extreme storms, as well as more rain in some places and more drought in others. What's it gonna take for the climate change deniers to accept that we have a climate problem that needs fixing? This is a serious question, but perhaps humor can help enlighten the know-nothings.

Full article: http://www.grist.org/climate-change/2011-06-15-you-might-...

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