Ninety Years Ago, All Of The Glaciers In France Disappearing

Must have been the 310 PPM CO2.

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9 Responses to Ninety Years Ago, All Of The Glaciers In France Disappearing

  1. Bob Greene says:

    Another example of unprecedented climate change for the second half of the 20th century.

  2. It’s stupid when people think of glaciers as sources of water. My creek melts every spring and guess what? It runs in the summer too, with no glacier upstream. Duh.

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