Wild claim from University of East Anglia

No mays, coulds, or mights here in this press release headline from UEA. They say “will“.  As usual, they assume nature so poorly equipped her creations that they can’t adapt. That’s some ballsy certainty. Climate change will cause widespread global-scale loss of common plants and animals More than half of common plants and one third…

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World opinion on global warming: not so hot

Results of the latest Gallup poll: Worldwide, Blame for Climate Change Falls on Humans Americans among least likely to attribute to human causes by Julie Ray and Anita Pugliese WASHINGTON, D.C. — World residents are more likely to blame human activities than nature for the rise in temperatures associated with climate change. Thirty-five percent of…