No construction equipment required. Every time you breathe, you help make a new lake in Canada. How cool is that?
As a professional speaker, I’ve spent much of the past four years performing at colleges across the country. While the subject of my show is rare and interesting wildlife on all seven continents, I also address the effects of global warming.
I do this by showing a photo of a Canadian glacier with a large lake at its foot. “That lake wasn’t there 50 years ago,” I tell my audience. “That lake is there because of human-caused global warming. Despite the overwhelming scientific evidence that global warming is real and caused by humans, it amazes me that it’s still a controversy here in the United States. But it’s not a scientific controversy; it’s a political controversy. In fact, 97% of climate scientists—those who do the actual peer-reviewed research—are in agreement that global warming is human-induced.”