A Political View of CO2

For those interested in the study of climate – including its impact on society and society’s impact on it – 1972 was an extremely important year. In that year a collection of weather anomalies occurred adversely affecting global food production and therefore availability. At that time some blamed the food shortages on the weather. More recently, however, those claims have been reevaluated and the blame is being apportioned more correctly between weather and society. The anomalies of 1972 included the fourth consecutive year of drought in the Sahelian zone of West Africa , the failure of Peruvian coastal fisheries, droughts in Central America, the Soviet Union, India and China, along with excessive rains in parts of the Philippines, Australia and Kenya…

-Mickey Glantz, 1979

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