Climate changes all the time.
How do we adapt to these changes in a way that assists the most vulnerable – that is, the poor?
One way is to adopt policies which will assist poorer people to develop the resources and strategies they need to buffer them from rapid climate change.
Another is to make sure we know what is going on, so we can make plans to cope with the changes that are actually occurring.
Because so much data has been lost/manipulated, etc, we have very little idea what has really happened over the last fifty years.
One thing is for sure. it isn’t getting any warmer.
There are record low temperatures across the Northern Hemisphere, from the US and Canada to the UK to China and Siberia.
Bitter Winters in the Andes can no longer be described as an anomaly. Growing numbers of children – hundreds in some small rural districts – are dying each year from cold.
It’s time we stopped playing global warming computer games, and started dealing with real world changes, and the real world needs of people who cannot, as Al Gore can, squander 200,000 kilowatt hours of electricity each year.
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