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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-proposed Cortez recently, Miami would disappear in “a few years” due to climate change. The United Nations convened a “climate summit” next week. And climate activists Greta Thunberg is to say on Capitol Hill this week, lawmakers need to act quickly.
But while the data from NASA and other top research facilities confirmed the global temperature is actually rising, a newly compiled works, the exhibition shows the doomsday rhetoric is, perhaps, more overheated.
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The conservative-leaning Competitive Enterprise Institute has put together a lengthy compilation of apocalyptic predictions dating back say decades, to materialise in time as a democratic presidential candidate and climate activists are refocusing the attention on the Problem.
The gloomy forecasts that warned often repeated in the media, in front of a variety of impending disasters (famine, drought, an ice age, and even disappear, the Nations – not to act when the world is on climate change.
The Associated Press headline, 1989, read “Rising seas could Nations to wipe out: U. N. officials.” The article described a U. N. environmental official warning that entire Nations would be eliminated if the world does not reverse the warming of 2000.
Then there were the fears that the world will experience a never-ending cooling trend in the Northern hemisphere.” This claim came from an “international team of experts”, led by The New York Times in 1978.
Only the years before, time magazine echo in other media, in the assumption that “a new ice age” is imminent. “Telltale signs are everywhere — from the unexpected persistence and thickness of pack ice in the waters around Iceland to the southward migration of a warmth, the magazine warned-loving creature like the Armadillo from the Midwest,” in 1974. The Guardian as the “Space warned in 1974, satellites show new ice age will come quickly.”
In 1970, The Boston Globe ran the headline, “scientists said a new ice age, the 21st century.” The “Washington Post”, for its part, published by Columbia University scientists claim that the world could be “as little as 50 or 60 years from a disastrous new ice age.”
Some of the dire predictions came from Paul Ehrlich, a biologist, is known, control of the population called for to mitigate the impact of humans on the environment. Honestly, in 1969, warned that “everyone” would disappear “in a cloud of blue steam in 20 years,” The New York Times reported.
According to The Salt Lake Tribune, Honest, warning against a “catastrophic” Hunger”, called for placing “sterilizing agents in the basic food and drinking water.”
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These predictions have been made, to the time of former President Richard Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency. Since then, the United States has a number of environmental reforms to limit emissions.
Years after the first predictions, the media and politicians continue to defy claims of apocalyptic scenarios resulting from climate change.
Earlier this month, the leading Democratic presidential candidate held a town hall on the question and warned of the “existential” threat posed by climate change. Before the end of the month, to 2020, the candidate is expected to have a different climate-forum at Georgetown University.
CEI is the report came in just Sept in front of the U. N. Climate Action Summit on. 23, an event that promises to be “the spark of change that is urgently needed, and drift action, can all benefit.”
It also came a week after Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, warned that Miami would be gone in a “couple of years” due to climate change. She was responding to the criticism of their ambitious “Green New Deal”, the agreement on a zero net-emissions within decades.
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Ocasio-Cortez, whose plan was supported by the leading presidential candidates, who joked that the world would not end, in 12 years, if it is to deal with climate change. But in the short term before An Inconvenient truth”, a documentary not to say laugh in the following years,” produced by Ex-Vice President Al Gore.
In 2008, ABC released an ominous video about what would the world look like in 2015. As the video warned about rising sea levels, graphics, significant parts of New York City showed collapsed from the water. Gore himself said, famous in the early 2000s, the ice could be gone in the Arctic in seven years. At the end of seven years, the Arctic ice is a time of expansion had, even though recently it started to melt at a faster Tempo.