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Global heating dries up vast areas of the American West, could bring long-lasting megadroughts

April 18, 2020 - Posted by | climate change, NORTH AMERICA

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  1. These areas were never meant to be intensively occupied either. They are a fragile ecosystem like Australia. But, no one wants to talk about that angle. A lot of the places were seasonal camps for American Indians and not permanently settled. Nor does anyone talk of the deforestation. No one wants to talk about overpopulation and its impacts. The idea of stuffing us all in smaller and smaller spaces doesn’t allow for social distancing either. Then there is corruption making high rises which are unfit to live in. Some places are more unfit for high population than others. And, deforestation is created drought in areas that never had it. If countries want to continue to have large populations they shouldn’t inflict it upon low population countries.

    Comment by miningawareness | April 20, 2020 | Reply

    • I forgot to mention the devastation of mining.

      Comment by miningawareness | April 20, 2020 | Reply


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