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Temperatures expected to be 20F to 30F above average for this time of year, breaking records and raising health fears
Is the annihilation of Florida a national tragedy? Is it even a tragedy?<p>An accelerating race to destroy Florida’s wilderness shows what we value and previews our collective future during the climate crisis.</p>www.currentaffairs.org
close to home
Bit of a lock down feel to the French reaction. Seems they like to be controlled and told what to do. There I was thinking they were ungovernable.
44c in Montpellier.
Doesn’t get hot in the Netherlands I suppose
Humans can't endure temperatures and humidities as high as previously thought
As we all know, many parts of France, can get quite hot in the summer. The warmest nights ever recorded in Paris were back in the 1770's. It also gets a lot colder in the winter than here, a North Sea maritime climate and we're having a very average summer down to 14C at night and not much more than 19-21C in the day. It's gone 26C on a couple of days. All quite normal.Shows you how much those predictions are worth
this paragraph is the writing of an imbecile
The tough Dutch measures sum up how unhinged and elitist the climate-change ideology has become. It was a distant, unaccountable oligarchy that helped to foist these livelihood-wrecking targets on the Netherlands – namely, the European Court of Justice, which ruled in 2018 that the Netherlands should take firmer action against nitrogen emissions. That ruling was upheld by the Dutch High Court. And so was it determined by the eco-overlords that reducing emissions should take priority over the right of working people to make a good living. Why is this all being done? To protect plants, basically. As one report says, the problem in the Netherlands is that ‘plant diversity has decreased as nitrogen-loving grasses, shrubs and trees move in’. Call me a climate-denying monster, but I think people’s right to work should take precedence over the rights of plants.