What we’re doing to the arctic, we’re doing to ourselves – Scientist


 

RT America | April 20, 2016

Seven people have died from heavy rains and flooding in the Houston, Texas region. The area saw 17 inches of rain in less than 24 hours, causing more than $5 billion in damage and destroying thousands of homes. But severe weather isn’t unique to the US, with massive floodings currently underway in Chile, drought in India, and an El Nino affecting countries around the globe. So is climate change to blame for extreme weather? To help answer that question, Conservation Biologist Dr. Reese Halter joins ‘News With Ed.’

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