The climate change definition is a very loose and often ambiguous term that confuses many people. Climate change polarized conversations have been debated for centuries. On the one hand, it covers pretty much any earth related catastrophe and/ or unusual inclement weather patterns; and the other hand it could translate to atmospheric conditions such as higher temperature patterns. What it doesn’t cover or include in transparent terms is the economic and health benefits that energy reduction represents.
In a recent article, New York Times News published Tackling Climate Change without Saying Climate Change, a farmer in the north central Kansas heartland talks about how climate change has impacted farmers and their need to adapt. They don’t call it climate change, they call it a reality of dealing and adapting to their changing environment.
Even Bill Gates and T. Boone Pickens weighed in recently describing the need to innovate and continue a parallel track with oil production and clean energy technology. Pickens recommended President Trump and Secretary Rick Perry pursue an energy plan in two parts 1) don’t screw up what we have going for us; and 2) don’t settle for what we’ve done so far.
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