Global warming also is missing in northern Asia and Europe. Beijing got snowed in with its biggest snowfall since 1951 with the white stuff measuring nearly eight inches in the northernmost area near the Great Wall, according to news reports. In Seoul, South Korea snowfall accumulation set a one-day record of 10 inches going back about 70 years. The record snow played havoc with travel and transportation. In India at least 60 people died from the cold in northern and eastern areas of that country.
One of climate-warmed Al Gore’s fellow travelers, Rajendra Pachauri, an economist from India who serves as chairman of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, has targeted lobbyists in the U.S. for trying to delay “climate change” legislation, meaning higher prices and taxes on energy.
Pachauri, a vegetarian, says the Western lifestyle, meaning America’s, is unsustainable and he wants meat eaters to give up meat one day a week “initially and decrease it from there,” the Guardian of London reports. Changing diet is key, says Pachauri, because raising cattle creates huge greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental problems.
Instead of “Let them eat cake,” the global warming crowd wants you to eat veggies.
Meanwhile, where is global warming when we need it?