A study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, claims the impacts of global warming could unlock boreal regions for farming by 2099. Currently, only 32 percent of the world’s boreal areas in the northern hemisphere are arable. Study co-author Professor Joseph Holden, University of Leeds, explained: “Climate change will have a profound impact on our agricultural regions.
At the American Geophysical Union in New Orleans, Sarah Myhre, PhD - 'a Scientist/feminist/activist, all in one', claimed, "climate change cannot fully be addressed without also grappling with the misogyny and social injustice that have perpetuated the problem for decades."
Myhre declared: “Imagine a world where women are in charge,” she said wryly, “And then you’ll imagine a world without fossil fuels.”
Climate Depot note:
"We don't have to 'Imagine', the developing world in Africa, South America and Asia, has over one billion people who essentially live in a 'world without fossil fuels' and they live in a world of energy poverty with high infant mortality, shorter life expectancy and no running water and many live in huts made of dung."
Watch Video: Geography Prof. Danny Dorling of the University of Oxford: 'Climate change is the biggest threat we are facing. And we are partly facing it because we are allowing the greedy people in our societies to carry on being greedy and we are not controlling them for the good of everybody...The poor buy more in the United States than the poor buy anywhere else in the rich world...In societies which are more equal, the overall level of pollution is much lower in the rich world.'
'The greedy do not know how to control themselves.'