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U.S.’s wettest winter on record is a ‘glimpse of the future under climate change’ – ThinkProgress

U.S.’s wettest winter on record is a ‘glimpse of the future under climate change’  “A consequence of global warming is that the extremes around the world increase.” Joe Romm Mar 6, 2019, 5:03 pm SHARE Facebook Twitter Email December to February marked the wettest winter on record in the U.S. (CREDIT: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)   …

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Global temperatures have been above average for 406 months in a row

You can’t fix stupid….”The Trump administration continues to actively work to undo environmental protections and increase the use of fossil fuels. Officials also continue to ignore the link between warmer global temperatures and more intense and devastating events like hurricanes and wildfires despite witnessing it with their own eyes and in their own states..” Global …

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