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News - April 8, 2022

Report to California Legislature: Prepare for sweeping effects of climate change

Research outlines impacts on schools, housing, public health

by Rachel Becker and Julie Cart / CalMatters

Painting alarming scenes of fires, floods and economic disruption, the California Legislature's advisers on Tuesday released a series of reports that lays out in stark terms the impacts of climate change across the state.

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Posted by Resident 1-Adobe Meadows
a resident of Adobe-Meadow
on Apr 9, 2022 at 12:05 pm

Resident 1-Adobe Meadows is a registered user.

Okay - the first issue on my list is housing. The legislature is doing everything to increase the number of homes in a location that is suffering a horrible drought. One advocacy group does not address the obvious pitfalls of too many people in one place that has no water. they don't have an answer so ignore it. I view that as a criminal use of taxpayer dollars.


Posted by Chris G Zaharias
a resident of Duveneck/St. Francis
on Apr 10, 2022 at 9:43 am

Chris G Zaharias is a registered user.

Putin and China have Europe and the U.S. right where they want us: in an energy trap of our own making. Anthropogenic climate change is and has always been a non-scientific political movement led by people whose lives are not impacted by inflation or rising energy costs.

We are literally on the precipice of destroying our own economy as well as our monetary system, in no small part because climate alarmists--headquartered in Palo Alto it would seem--don't have the clarity of vision to recognize that efficient, dependable energy = life.

Wake up to reality!


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