A TEXT POST

Busy Day…

- Wild fires rage in Labrador
- Wild fires rage in Colorado (1/2 of US water bomber fleet deployed)
- Massive flooding throughout British Columbia with more melt & more rain in the forecast
- Significant flooding in Florida with a hurricane brooding on the doorstep
- Lonesome George has died

Thanks for nothin’ climate change!

A VIDEO

guardian:

The life and times of Lonesome George

Lonesome George, the last of the Pinta island giant tortoises and a conservation icon, has died of unknown causes. He was believed to be about 100 years old. He was found in 1972 and become a symbol of the Galápagos Islands. His species helped Charles Darwin formulate his theory of evolution in the 19th century

Photographs: Rodrigo Buendia/AFP/Getty Images & Reuters

He knew what we can’t learn.

Reblogged from The Guardian
A PHOTO

guardian:

Residents navigate flooded streets in a canoe as flooding worsened and tropical storm Debby pounded the Tampa Bay area in Florida on Sunday Photograph: Chris Zuppa/AP

Thanks climate change.

Reblogged from The Guardian
A PHOTO

africasacountry:

Don’t worry #Africa, we’ll go away when we finish.

via mysticpolitics flickr

A PHOTO

Union Station in Toronto flooded. It’s what happens when major cities get a month of rainfall in a day, ask Montreal.

Thanks climate change.

A TEXT POST

Rivers of Fire

Isn’t a sign of the apocalypse (for the bible thumping climate deniers out there) that water will catch fire or something?

Well, we just celebrated the 1 year anniversary of the fire that destroyed Slave LAKE, AB and currently citizens of Kirkland LAKE, ON are at risk of being burned out.

I mean, if lakes of fire aren’t a climate concern, they must be worrisome on a sort of biblical scale n’est pas?

A VIDEO

C’mon let’s ride the pipeline express!! Bring your Shell rubber boots!

Great app, way to look out for the little guy Royal Dutch Shell!

A PHOTO

WOW!! Extreme!!!

Thanks Climate Change!!

Duuude!