Not many people in the world except for outdoor and agricultural workers can sense the changing weather.
I know because I’m one of them.
Im on my fifth decade working outdoors and remember aberrations in weather but not long term seemingly permanent changes like we have today.
At at least we here can go to the store to buy food, while those in undeveloped countries cannot. Couple of bad years of drought, what you gonna do? Migrants have little choice in the matter, they pack up their few belongings and try to come here to just survive.
At a time when America should send money to these countries to help them care for their population, the tRUMP administration has either eliminated aid or severely reduced it, forcing those populations into further despair. If I were a destitute farmer in Latin America, I would try to migrate here also. I’d pay a coyote money to sneak me into this country so I could work and get paid and feed my family- so they could live instead of starve to death.
This article illuminates a subject I’ve not yet seen in print before- what happens at the intersection of drought+global warming+cruel and uneducated foreign policy+human survival instincts.
Sure casts a new light on two huge issues predicted by climatologists years ago, how climate change is going to threaten the global way of life.