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Stop talking right now about the threat of climate change. It's here; it's happening | Bill McKibben

11.09.2017
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Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, flash fires, droughts: all of them tell us one thing - we need to rethink how we live without delayFor the sake of keeping things manageable, let's confine the discussion to a single continent and a single week: North America over the last seven days.In Houston they got down to the hard and unromantic work of recovery from what economists announced was probably the most expensive storm in US history, and which weather analysts confirmed was certainly the greatest rainfall event ever measured in the country - across much of its spread it was a once-in-25,000-years storm, meaning 12 times past the birth of Christ; in isolated spots it was a once-in-500,000-years storm, which means back when we lived in trees. Meanwhile, San Francisco not only beat its all-time high temperature record, it crushed it by 3C, which should be pretty much statistically impossible in a place with 150 years (that's 55,000 days) of record-keeping. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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