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11:28 am, May 2nd, 2016 - 151 comments
Categories: class war, climate change, energy, Environment, global warming, International, water - Tags: arctic, climate change, global warming, India, WAIS
If April also shows up as the hottest land and ocean surface temperature for April on record, then that will be 12 consecutive months of hottest monthly temperatures.
This year, the arctic’s maximum winter ice cover was its lowest on record and back in 2014 scientists concluded that West Antarctic Ice Shelf is now in a state of instability meaning, given the topography of the ground beneath, that it’s beginning a process of unstoppable collapse.
A quick scan of India’s monthly temperatures reveals that April temperatures have been higher than the average, height of the summer, May temperatures, by maybe 4 degrees C or more. Need the water shortages and deaths be mentioned?
We could all do something but, well…let’s just talk about the price of cheese and burn fossil – it’s easier. Or maybe settle for a Milo before getting tucked in for beddy byes? Hmm?