April Showers bring May flowering climate change
I have to say that April 2007 is turning out to be an absolutely gorgeous, sun-filled month of loveliness.
Or is an ominous reminder of the changing climate and soon the Greenland ice sheet will dump into the Atlantic, stopping the natural current with an influx of cold, freshwater. This stoppage of the Atlantic current will allow the arctic ice sheet to creep downward, first flooding and then buring Ireland in another ice age beneath a new set of glacial encroachment.
To sit and enjoy the sun or to cower indoors, fearfully glancing at the lovely weather as though it had fangs and blood-stained penguin feathers on its jaws?
What would Bono do?
Maybe check out the eco-travel logue?