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Why is climate change so bad?


Nothing stays the same other than change. Read on History.org that "Climate change had an influence on the movement of these new invaders to Britain: in the centuries after 400 AD Europe's average temperature was 1°C warmer than we have today, and in Britain grapes could be grown as far north as Tyneside. Warmer summers meant better crops and a rise in population in the countries of northern Europe. " So it seems to me climate change super bad for India, not so bad for GB or Canada. What do you think? Couldn't people just move north?

 

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    ptosis 11 months ago

    Great answer, time frame is the sticking point.

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