Administration’s New Climate Report: Next Ice Age ‘Has Now Been Delayed Indefinitely’ | CNS News
(CNSNews.com) - A federal advisory committee appointed by the Obama administration to produce a report on climate change says that if Earth’s climate were still “primarily controlled by natural factors”—rather than by man-made global warming—then the next ice age would occur within the next 1,500 years.Twitter / HeidiCullen: Wow. RT @TWCBreaking: via NWS ...
But now, because of humans, the committee says, the next ice age has been "delayed indefinitely."
Wow. RT @TWCBreaking: via NWS in Gray, Maine. Portland has recorded their greatest snowstorm on record with 29.3" #nemoWhat's Killing Minnesota's Moose? | Mother Jones
many members of the conservation community feel climate change is at fault. Doug Inkley, senior scientist at the National Wildlife Federation, put it this way: "With the high temperatures in the summer, moose seek out shelter rather than feeding. Nutritional status declines, and they become more vulnerable to disease and parasites. It's like a person who smokes is much more vulnerable to other diseases, and that can be associated with mortality."...Inkley's pretty convinced that temperature inflections are the major factor debilitating the species, and he wishes Congress would quit stalling and do something to reduce carbon emissions. He criticizes Minnesota's state leadership for failing to acknowledge climate as the key issue.