Now it became possible to see that there are a lot of climate catastrophes are happening in the world, for example, recent, such as horrifying floods in Pakistan, which have made millions of people homeless and helpless, unstoppable forest fires in Russia, mudslides, killing multitudes in China, heat records are being shattered from the tropics to the Arctic.
“Global warming is one of the most massive health emergencies facing humanity,” said Mike Tringale of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation said last week.
Also the U.N. World Meteorological Organization reported: “It looks like climate change is exacerbating the intensity of the extremes.”
The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported last week that 2010 promises to be the hottest year ever recorded around the world since reliable data began in 1880. The warm-up is expected to melt more polar ice and raise sea levels, menacing coastal cities.
Politicians may have surrendered, but nature isn’t surrendering. The daily news is a grim display of evidence that should be pondered solemnly.