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We Have A Winner: Climate’s Tallest Tale 2018
« on: January 20, 2019, 10:58:07 AM »
We Have A Winner: Climate’s Tallest Tale 2018

    Date: 18/01/19

We asked you to nominate the wackiest climate stories of the year. You didn’t let us down.

Before Christmas, we asked GWPF readers to send us nominations for our search to find the tallest climate tale of 2018. It’s fair to say that there was a lot of competition, with the catastrophe mongers across the media clearly working hard to ensure that they were in the running for this much sought-after accolade.

We particularly enjoyed L. Robertson’s  ‘Climate change, weather and road deaths’, a paper in the journal Injury Prevention, which declared that rising concentrations of greenhouse gases was going to cause a rising death toll on the roads unless governments put in ‘major mitigating countermeasures’.

We also liked the story from the Daily Mail, which alleged that a small rise in global temperatures would make people more likely to wet the bed and might also trigger plagues of ticks, snakes and…erm…voles.

https://www.thegwpf.com/we-have-a-winner-climates-tallest-tale/
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