It’s December, 2009…

November 30th, 2009
and it’s going to be a hell of a month:
swampScholars are predicting that 50 million people worldwide will be displaced by  2010 because of rising sea levels, desertification, dried up aquifers, weather-induced flooding and other serious environmental changes.

Whew, 50 million people by 2010: that only gives one month to re-settle them.

While a chunk of the refugees I’m sure are from the Philippines, Africa and other poorer countries, how many are coming from the US? Manhattan is sinking, as is Los Angeles and San Fransisco . Two-hundred and thirteen Alaska coastal towns are being washed out. How many refugees are right now headed towards our border? 5 million? 10? Good Lord man, if only 1 million it will still be about 995,000 more than our border can realistically handle.

Sceptics be dammed, 50 million environmental refugees is hard for even Exxon to hide, and this month the predictions will be proven. Follow along as At Home in Hespeler highlights a different environmental refugee at 6pm every day this week.

Going... Going... Gone Nuts For The Environment, Uncategorized

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