"My Say" on Climate Change

I did this vid so I could find out if anyone else around the world, has noticed their weather change over the last few years???

Effects of Climate Change Are Rampant Throughout the World, Say World's Scientists
Since 2002 this website has born witness to ongoing changes on Planet Earth caused by global warming. The photo essays and reports shown above and within, have just been given background in comprehensive and authoritative detail by the world's climate scientists.

A huge change is underway across the globe and in its atmosphere, they report, that is affecting not only nature, but the lives and homes of millions of people. Changes can be measured from the highest mountains to deep in the oceans and are leading to extinction for parts of earth's rich biodiversity. For humans, the changes in climate are particularly dangerous to people who live near the ocean shore and who already suffer from drought, flooding and poverty. Many of these effects have been known previously, and I have traveled to 22 nations to report on some of them. But this comprehensive new report carries the imprimatur of the United Nations and gathers together and analyzes hundreds of published research papers.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released this latest report: "Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability," in Brussels, 6 April 2007. Their summary document shows an increasing impact to natural systems and living things as earth's temperature rises degree by degree. The vulnerabilities reported are stark and focus on people already at risk in the world's poorer nations -- people who have had little to do with the increase of the greenhouse effect in the atmosphere. The scientists indicate that in a few areas, agriculture may improve in the early part of the warming expected this century. But they make clear that unpleasant circumstances are the major effect and that more are in store unless we control our use of fossil fuel and other sources of heat-trapping gases.



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