Rod McLaughlin


You can't make it up XCXXI - global warming is particularly bad in US national parks (27 sep 18)

Vanishing Joshua trees: climate change will ravage US national parks, study says

"Park lands have warmed twice as fast as the rest of the country" - the Guardian

US national parks cover a range of climates, from arctic to desert to almost tropical. But climate change is so evil, it affects this diverse range of areas more than other, less "extreme" habitats. 

"Most of Joshua Tree national park could become uninhabitable for its eponymous trees, glaciers will continue to melt away at Glacier national park, and many other of America’s most treasured beauty spots could be rendered virtually unrecognizable by climate change..."



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