Bitter cold blasts Chicago, a city fi...

Bitter cold blasts Chicago, a city fighting climate change

There are 1 comment on the Washington Times story from Jan 7, 2014, titled Bitter cold blasts Chicago, a city fighting climate change. In it, Washington Times reports that:

Chicago was blasted Monday by its coldest weather in 18 years. Sub-zero temperatures and wind gusts of up to 35 miles per hour produced wind chills of minus 40 F. The deep freeze followed a winter storm that blanketed the area with 6 to 10 inches of snow on Sunday.

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Orleans, Canada

#1 Jan 8, 2014
It is comparable to Australia. They 'gave up the fight' yet have to endure an extreme heat alert and drought because it is SUMMER there and the inaction is no better than action when it is LOCAL and LIMITED.

All this means is that we need a GLOBAL strategy to put a price on GHG emissions, as well as an education program to inform the clueless that it will take DECADES to have a significant impact, just as we have taken nearly a CENTURY to create the problem.

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