The Climate Will Continue to Change
Weather science is a growing topic that impacts lives all over the world.
The following weather occurrences have taken several lives during 2017: hurricanes, wildfires, tornados, earthquakes, global warming and sea level rising.
Weather modification has become a vital piece to creating sustainability across the global.
Science News recently reported:
‘For the last six years, BAMS has published a December issue containing research on extreme weather events from the previous year that seeks to disentangle the role of anthropogenic climate change from natural variability. The goal from the start has been to find ways to improve the science of such attribution, said Stephanie Herring of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Centers for Environmental Information in Boulder, Colo., who was lead editor of the latest issue.’
Connect with that research via the tweet below.
The path to correcting these changes in the atmosphere can be viewed as an energy problem. Once developed countries around the world can produce more energy with renewable sources, it may unlocked the ability for more water to be desalinized. I predict our country along with other developed countries will be able to control the moisture in the air by redirection in the near future.
The amount of revenue going into fighting climate destruction is becoming larger and larger. The United States is going to have to start being more proactive instead of reactive to these changes.
— NOAA (@NOAA) December 13, 2017
— TED Talks (@TEDTalks) December 15, 2017