NYT: Climate Changing, U.S. Says in Report
. The Bush administration finally admits the climate is changing thanks to fossil fuel emissions, but their suggestion is to adapt to the changes instead of trying to stop them. It's especially sad that they know unique environments like the delicate and beautiful
Rocky Mountain alpine tundra could be gone forever, but don't seem willing to do anything about it. I think the President should go on a tour of our National Parks so he can experience some of these unique places firsthand. Then he might not be as cavalier about their destruction. I know that sounds naive, but I'd like to think it's a lack of experience instead of the alternative.
Theodore Roosevelt camped in Yosemite with John Muir, and wrote about his experience
. We need another camping President. (Sounds like the seed of a good Hollywood script.)