Possibility of snow in some areas
“The Italian website il meteo today has an article about low solar activity and its consequences,” says Italian geologist Dr Mirco Poletto.
“The number of people who died in Scotland over the winter months was the highest in more than 30 years, according to official figures.”
Rare snow in Santiago, Chile’s capital
Nature isn’t the slightest bit interested in letting summer roll into British Columbia this week.
Will affect marine and wildlife for decades – And can you imagine how much heat pumped into the Pacific Ocean?
“Pope Francis has it Exactly Backwards on Climate Change,” reads the headline.
“The story of Hänsel and Gretel is a fairy tale about famine, destitute parents, being lost in the woods, being lured by false promises, and survival through intelligence and cooperation.”
– Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser
“Famine is always just a season or two away. It bides its time, waiting for a failure in the complex carbon-fuelled agricultural, transport and storage network that supports every city.” – Viv Forbes
Australia’s renewable energy policies threaten multi-million-dollar losses for industry