Last June, the arctic circle reached 100.4 degrees, shattering all previous records. The record temps were 32 degrees above normal! Besides, smashing the all-time record, the arctic town of Verkhoyansk reached 100 degrees before Houston Texas did. Verkhoyansk is typically one of the coldest places one of earth.
“The Arctic has experienced its highest annual temperatures from 2016 to 2019, with 2020 expected to be even hotter.”
“What happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic.”
Imagine what it will be like when regions of the earth that have much warmer average temperatures are routinely 32 degrees (or more) above average. Imagine the world we are passing on to future generations.
Global warming and climate change can be reversed. We know the causes. We know the solutions. We can accurately predict future outcomes. This November, vote like your life and the lives of future generations depend on us to do the right thing.