Thursday, May 21, 2009


You've heard of the butterfly effect, the notion that even minor activity somewhere on the planet, as small as the beat of a butterfly's wings, has global repercussions. I offer up the World Watch Institute story below, which explains the far-reaching ramifications of global warming. Reading material like this motivates me to keep up the green behavior. And makes me sound good at cocktail parties!

Public Health Leaders Stress Climate Risk Worldwatch Institute

1 comment:

  1. Spread of disease through climate change is a scary thought. Although comforting to know superbugs are right here in our hospitals due to unrestricted use of anti-bacterial drugs. There has been research done on mineral clay that are promising super-bug neutralizers. I remember come across the article on a science website, not sure if the product is going commercial.