An epidemic of killer storms plague the planet at the same time - a stark reminder of the mounting price we humans & fellow creatures are paying for changing the climate. Here, American sailors clean up in the aftermath of super-typhoon Mangkhut on the island of Guam. A U.S. Navy photo.
Friday, 5 April 2013
Desertification Too Important For Canada To Ignore - Suzuki
Every year, the cumulative effects of overgrazing, over-cultivation, deforestation, poor irrigation and increasing extreme weather events – including those that cause drought – permanently degrade close to 10 million hectares of land. This has led to a creeping loss of places where food can easily be grown.