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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 01:32 pm
Reuters – dear old calm and sensible Reuters – reports:
Australia’s cities are drought-parched and its desert outback drenched by floods, but climate change has not yet killed the country’s famed surf beaches …
It hasn’t exactly killed anything in the drenched outback, either. Quite the opposite:
Vegetation in the surrounding countryside appears to be springing back to life, with a faint green tinge spreading across the underlying pinkish-tan terrain.
But evidently deserts should always remain as deserts. As they say at treehugger.com:
We are fundamentally against change …
Their emphasis. They’ll be out there in the Australian desert any minute now, torching plants and erasing the hated “faint green tinge”.
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