NBC4 NYC: “Give that we know climate change is going to make for hotter, stormier summers (and already is doing so) it doesn’t seem like a huge leap to suggest that the ongoing rise in legionellosis in the US could be at least partly due to climate change,” he wrote.
But DeSmog asked Wadhams last night if he believed the deaths of scientists Seymour Laxon, Katherine Giles and Tim Boyd were anything other than tragic accidents. Wadhams told us: “No, they were clearly accidents.”
Watch: Research psychologist Dr. Jenny Josephs at TEDX Talk: 'Insects are way better for the environment than traditional livestock farming...Cows are known for creating a lot of greenhouse gas emissions and that is obviously a serious problem...Gram for gram insects are about 100 times better in terms of greenhouse gas emissions than beef'
'One of the things I like to do, it is a very easy way to cook them is to just marinate them in something like soy sauce or Cajun sauces and then braise them in the oven.'
“The best projections tell us that we have less than 100 months to alter our behaviour before we risk catastrophic climate change,” the Prince of Wales said in a speech in Rio de Janeiro, as reported by the [U.K.] Telegraph. Four months later, he predicted in an interview with the [U.K.] Independent that the Earth had 96 months left to avoid “irretrievable climate and ecosystem collapse, and all that goes with it.” That prediction, which he continued to reference in other interviews, would have given the world until 2017 before reaching the “tipping point” of environmental catastrophe driven by climate change.