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Last updated on August 8th, 2017 at 02:54 pm
A letter to the Independent:
Sir: Your environment editor, Geoffrey Lean, recently informed us that the Indian island of Lohachara had been washed off the face of the earth by global warming. According to Mr. Lean, Lohachara’s vanishing “marks the moment when one of the most apocalyptic predictions of environmentalists and climate scientists has started coming true.”
When did this event occur, exactly? And why wasn’t that date included in Mr. Lean’s article?
Any response will be published in full.
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