Climate Change Making ” increase in precipitations in some place”

Businesses are leaving California because of mass climate change stupidity.

WASHINGTON, April 16 (Xinhua) — Climate change is not just an environment issue but also has socioeconomic implications, and it is directly affecting development all over the world, Former Vice President of the World Bank Vinod Thomas said recently during an exclusive interview with Xinhua.

“There is now evidence linking increase in CO2, increase in sea temperature, increase in precipitations in some place and lack of that in some other places, and therefore, more extreme events (happen),” Thomas told Xinhua on the sidelines of the ongoing IMF and World Bank spring meetings in Washington.

“This has been now translating into loss of income, into loss of life and loss of livelihood from Pakistan to Australia, to China, all over the world,” said Thomas, currently director-general of Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) at the World Bank Group.

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4 Responses to Climate Change Making ” increase in precipitations in some place”

  1. Mike Davis says:

    It is the climate control regulations that only accomplish the losses. Climate itself can be adapted to as the human race has proven in the past. It is the regulations being pushed by the organizations at that meeting that defy adaptation.

  2. Latitude says:

    At one time I considered the possibility that people really were this stupid…
    ..but you keep seeing the same people saying the same things for years.

    After years of exposure, they can’t still be that stupid.

    It’s agenda, period.

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    The Corn Belt is getting more rain than it did during the Dust Bowl. Is that bad? The ski areas of California and Scotland are getting more snow. Is that bad? Change is not necessarily bad.

  4. Ralph says:

    Has ANYONE EVER seen weather patterns the same from year to year? IT HAS NEVER HAPPENED!!!!

    Oh yeah, I almost forgot, CLIMATE IS NOT WEATHER!!!!

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