Warmists Look To Waste Money To Save Seniors And Poor From Slight Increase In Temperature

Because they care or something. Just not enough to give up their own fossil fueled lifestyles

(NJ.com) Climate change in New Jersey isn’t just a threat to the owner of a beach house down the Shore. In many ways, it’s even more pressing for people who live nowhere near the coast.

These are the elderly, the poor and the disabled. They’re among the most vulnerable to the damaging effects of global warming, according to a recent series of reports by the New Jersey Climate Change Alliance.

The rest of the opinion piece is lots of whining about people being threatened by Hotcoldwetdry, and, surprise, attacks on Chris Christie. There are no solutions offered, just that we should spend oodles of taxpayer cash studying the issue. This is Warmist World.

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One Response to “Warmists Look To Waste Money To Save Seniors And Poor From Slight Increase In Temperature”

  1. Jeffery says:

    1.4F seems like a trivial amount of warming when comparing a spring day of 70 vs 71.4, which is what The Teach wants you to think.

    But that’s not what it means if the global mean surface temperature increases 1.4, 2, 3, 4 or 7F. At the same time we’re adding 3 billion humans we’re increasing the Earth’s temperature, raising sea levels, acidifying the oceans, disrupting glacial fresh water supplies, changing the growing seasons, the natural distribution of species including pests and parasites… these effects are already being observed and will get worse.

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