People sit around and invent crap to worry themselves with. HuffPo once again provides us with a bit of lunacy.
Roy Brookes, the director of Victoria’s Sustainability Department, says preparing for the impacts of climate change could mitigate damage and save the city money over the long term.
The report predicts temperatures in Victoria could rise by more than two degrees by 2050, the amount of summer rain could drop by 32 per cent, while winter precipitation may jump 14 per cent, along with a similar increase in the number of intense storms.
It says the sea level could rise by 45 centimetres during winter high tides, and that combined with more storms would cause flooding and other storm-related damage.
I’d should probably dig deeper to see how they invented these numbers, but, I…
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