Australian eight year drought, wild fires, heat wave. Recent years saw the same thing in the upper and southeast U.S. Arctic sea ice melting away. National Audubon Society report out this week: 177 species of North American birds are wintering farther north than ever before. (Including the hundreds of robins I've reported in Ann Arbor for the past four years.) Greenland ice cap melting at accelerated rate (as well as many glaciers world wide).All of that, and I k...
Updated: 6:49 AM GMT on February 11, 2009
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