Florida To Tackle Non-Existent Problem, Which they Couldn’t Do Anything About Anyway

The threat of rising seas has more South Florida officials shifting from “What if?” to “What do we do?” when it comes to dealing with climate change.

South Florida scientists, government officials, representatives from Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties and environmental leaders converged on Palm Beach County Thursday to coordinate their fight against climate change.

Scary as the potential repercussions of climate change — and the potential public costs — may be, officials said the time has come to take action.

South Florida Climate Change Efforts Move Toward Action Stage

Sea level is hardly rising around Florida, and even if it was – they couldn’t stop it.

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6 Responses to Florida To Tackle Non-Existent Problem, Which they Couldn’t Do Anything About Anyway

  1. ralphcramdo says:

    Maybe sandbags. Maybe not.

  2. tckev says:

    “Scary as the potential repercussions of climate change — and the potential public costs — may be, officials said the time has come to take action.” Or maybe not.
    Just hyperventilating about an unsubstantiated theory.

  3. Rosco says:

    The Dutch solved sea level rise many years ago – they also utilize wind power and have neat wooden shoes.

  4. gator69 says:

    Quick! Stand in a bucket, grab the handle and lift!

  5. dckubler says:

    Florida should be prepared for the ultimate disaster – What if the sea level fell? Think of the drop in property values. Do they really believe producing a little more CO2 would make the sea rise?

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