Sorry picture not copied well, but if you click on it you can see the whole thing.
Map of the destruction of coral on the Great Barrier reef. Main cause of this is raised CO2 levels.
Room for 1 more Dove?
Lovely winter's day here, but very cold. Did a couple of hours weeding and have not warmed up since.
Expecting minus 6 overnight, hopefully start to kill off all the pests.
See moreTop public postsLike PageABC News26 November at 01:27 ·
The Arctic archipelago of Svalbard has seen such extreme warmth this year that the average annual temperature could end up above freezing for the first time on record.
Arctic Archipelago of Svalbard Sees 'Shocking' Temperatures Above Freezingabcnews.go.com|By ABC News
Undoubtedly climate change will occur, that is nothing to do with us, but we have made the situation far worse and have a very limited time to try to reverse some of these changes.
I agree H-C. I was wary about starting this thread, knowing the problems we have had in the recent past, but I am genuinely interested to find out how the people with the opposite view to mine explain their logic.
Sat in front of light box whilst catching up with you all.
As usual absolutely captivated by Attenborough, you know how much you enjoy a programme when it finishes and you can't believe an hour has gone.
I was a doctor on an Arctic scientific trip in 2015 and all the experts there would agree with you. I was only there to see Polar Bears and Whales and hope I didn't have any work to do!
Always loved walking in the "Arran Alps."