Bad News: ‘Climate Change’ Is Making It So We’ll Eat Lobster All The Time

In Warmist World, this is a Bad Thing


We already know some of the most documented effects of climate change: The world is getting warmer, natural disasters are becoming deadlier and happening more frequently, and the arctic as we know it may become a thing of the past. But increasing global temperatures are also leading to other, stranger developments, like the fact that we all may be eating a lot more lobster dinners in the near future.

According to a fascinating report Bloomberg dropped today — which measures how climate change is already affecting the way we eat — lobstermen off the coast of Maine are catching more crustaceans than ever. The Gulf of Maine is warming faster than 99.9 percent of the world’s oceans, according to a 2015 study by the Gulf of Maine Research Institute, causing lobsters to procreate like crazy. (Though eventually, ocean temperatures may increase so much that lobster populations actually end up having less sex.) These warmer global temperatures are causing other strange changes to the food supply: cod populations are declining, more squid are roaming the seas, Britain is suddenly warm enough to produce fine wine, and coffee growers in Indonesia, India, and Peru are moving into the mountains.

So, things change, and we’ll be able to have lobster all the time? Where’s the downside?

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