Last Monday, women whose lives had been impacted by the climate crisis came to Capitol Hill to tell their powerful stories. For example, Marisa Marcavillaca of Peru told members of Congress:
“Nature is disrupted. It rains when it shouldn’t rain.” Marisa Marcavillaca of Peru said through a translator. “We have freezing temperatures when we shouldn’t have freezing temperatures. Because our yields are down, it is difficult to feed our children.”
“Warmer temperatures in her farming area have spurred plant diseases, and the quality of agricultural seeds has degenerated, cutting into local women’s ability to earn a living, she said.”
Yes, I know that Al Gore et. al. started referring to the imagined phenomenon as “climate change” and “the climate crisis” some time ago, but if it’s not about warming (and is rather about “climate change”) why does he keep showing us graphs that purport to show the earth warming at an unprecedented rate?
P.S. “It rains when it shouldn’t rain.” That’s a strange statement the more you think about it. The only time I can definitively say it “shouldn’t rain” is when there are no clouds in the sky – all other times it most certainly could rain. So, is she implying that it rained on a clear day?
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