Thirteen federal agencies and more than 300 experts, both from inside and outside government have been working for two years on the Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), a report on the impacts of climate change on the United States and the world (www.globalchange.gov.) The production of the report
MILFORD, PA — “Climate Change and Conservation: Is It Getting Hot in Here?” will be presented on Saturday, August 25, at 5:30 p.m., at Grey Towers National Historic Site by Dr. Anthony A. Serino, associate professor of biology at Misericordia University (MU).
It’s been a pretty hot summer in most of the world. Many temperature records were broken in the Northeast in early July, followed by flooding later in the month. The dry hot weather sparked wildfires in California, and also in Europe and Japan.
Some time ago I took to heart some words of Buckminster Fuller: “You never change things by fighting the existing reality.