Climate Change: Study confirms Africa’s deserts are getting greener

Earth, Earth Day, Climate Voters
Earth, Earth Day, Climate Voters

Author James Delingpole says (dripping with sarcasm): “Ignore the good things that have definitely happened, and concentrate on the bad things that might theoretically happen if the scary computer models turn out to be accurate.”

Climate change has saved hundreds of thousands of Africans from extreme poverty, starvation and premature death, a study from Arizona State University has confirmed.

The study shows that the West African Sahel – part of the semiarid strip just south of the Sahara desert, which spans the African continent from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea – has been steadily “regreening” since the severe droughts of the 1970s and 1980s which killed more than 100,000 people.

Among the reasons for the “regreening” are… Read the rest at Breitbart.

 

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