In “Greenius Connects-the-Dots-For You” I’ll do the job your newspapers, TV and radio never do. I’ll bring you news each day that connects yet another Hot Dot. What’s a Hot Dot? Nothing but a little old tipping point on our way to the coming climate catastrophe everyone is so looking forward to.
Today’s Hot Dot comes courtesy of our our ultra-connected pal, Joe Romm of Climate Progress:
Here’s the headline he gave it:
That’s the Geological Society of London, a bunch of egghead Brits who did a big study of the Mediterranean Sea and here’s Joe Romm’s dot-connecting sub headline about what they found:
Co-author: “Unless we curb carbon emissions we risk mass extinctions, degrading coastal waters and encouraging outbreaks of toxic jellyfish and algae.”
Hey, but no need to worry, the end of the century is 89 years away, so just keep on doing what you’re doing and I’ll just keep on connecting the Hot Dots.