Climate change has had a huge impact on our plants, animals, water supply, food supply, and atmosphere. Now It’s our turn. With the record number of Earthquakes, volcanic eruption’s, weird weather and mass animal deaths, what’s in store for humans?
I’m sure ragweed isn’t the only thing that is going to start effecting our allergies. I would much rather see my children sneezing with itchy watery eyes, than dying from cancer caused from a coal fired power plant. Or drinking sludge water from a well near a Mtr. mine.
These studies come from teams of very well educated scientist with PhD’s, yet they say they are wrong. How can they deny what’s happening around them, you can see the effects of climate change on a daily basis. Droughts and Food shortages are just a few of the effects climate change has on the planet. There are way to many to list here. But, I guess if they admit climate change is real, it will cut into there billion dollar bank accounts. There is no way Massey energy and Koch’s industries will allow that to happen.
Our world leader’s have let Coal, Chemical, Gas and Oil companies ruin our way of life. Coal fired power plants ruin our air, fracking ruin’s our drinking water and Oil has ruined our sea life. They have basically ruined the ecosystem completely.
The only thing our Gov. can come up with is Climate change doesn’t exist. I would love to see the proof ,that it doesn’t. Show us Greeniacs (Don Blankenship word) one report from a creditable source. But of course they would say that’s “wasteful spending’” to do such a report. Although the millions they hand out in subsidies’ aren’t wasteful.
Anyway world stock up on tissues and allergy med’s climate change season is upon us. Read more about climate change and the effects on people with allergies from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
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- Suffer From Allergies? Blame Climate Change (doyourpart.com)
- Climate Change Is Already Making Your Hayfever Worse – Ragweed Season Now Up To 1 Month Longer (treehugger.com)
- Climate Change Extending Ragweed Season in Colder Climes: Study (healthscout.com)
- Climate change blamed for increased allergy suffering (inquisitr.com)