Science spoke 30 years ago. Permanent flooding in the southwest, and no snow in New York.
Published: November 2, 1983
The recent forecast by the Environmental Protection Agency that a general warming of the earth’s atmosphere will occur during the next decades has sent shivers all along the East Coast.
In Arizona they are wondering whether the recent floods will become a permanent feature of their climate. And in New York they are thinking of selling the city’s snowplows.