Sad that it's coming down to this
Is it just a bleeding heart, or does everyone--especially sportsmen--see this as an affront to our way of life?
Disappearing before our eyes
"Rising seas, subsidence and erosion have seen 98% of the surface of Isle de Jean Charles smothered by water since 1950. And it’s not stopping." KBOI.com
Image via screenshot
While we spend our time arguing about what is and isn't real about global warming and the climate change that it is causing, these impetuous folks have created real world solutions! See Draw Down right here.
According to NBC news, "In the past 10 years, Norfolk Naval Shipyard has suffered nine major floods that have damaged equipment used to repair ships, and the flooding is worsening, according to the Navy."
The US Navy doesn't care about your politics, they care about defending the nation, and their greatest foe: Mother Nature.
Photo by Shayne Hensley / U.S. Navy via NBC
Getting harder to ignore
According to Live Science, Americans are now most concerned about "environmental degradation" and "corrupt government officials" in that order.
The Sparkle Sky
It is a time to live and let live.
Snap the photo and then walk away. Mother was most certainly watching me from the cover of the bushes.
Observe in awe.
One of the best videos that I've seen on the subject.
Well, I'm not a comedian but I know that we with environmentally conscience minds sometimes need a voice in the wilderness.
This is the easiest, fastest 7 minute video you will ever watch. At the 3 minute mark Mr. Black will talk to the "other side" about how wrong we may be.
But we're not.
I've been drawn to the outdoors since I was a child--fishing and hunting; observing the woods and waterways. A few years back, I submitted an essay I’d written to the Genesee Valley Penny Saver. “A Walk in Clarkson” was published and a writing career