Climate alarmism is based on ignorance and dishonesty.
Check out N.M.’s burn scar to see crisp evidence of climate change
By Scott Shuker / Santa Fe resident on Sun, Apr 7, 2013
Along with 35 people from Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Taos, from teenagers to retirees, I joined New Energy Economy’s Las Conchas hike last Saturday, a stark and informative experience that displayed the realities of climate change on New Mexico’s forests.
We hiked the eastern rim of the Valles Caldera and viewed the now dead forest patch and considered the affect Las Conchas had on this beautiful wilderness area and what it portends for the future.
Santa Fe is famous for spectacular Aspen groves, which formed after giant fires during the 1890s. Many species like Aspen depend on forest fires for their existence.
I went hiking on the eastern rim of the Valles Caldera in October, and took this picture.
A few years after a fire, the Aspen trees move in and the scenery becomes much more spectacular.
Climate alarmists look at new life, and see death.