World leaders are meeting in Nuuk, Greenland in yet another desperate attempt to frighten the world about global warming. Like in Copenhagen and Cancun, mother nature is trying to send them a message.
Atmospheric CO2 has rapidly increased over the 80 years, but temperatures in Greenland haven’t. April was the third coldest on record in the capital, Nuuk. The warmest temperatures there occurred more than 50 years ago.
The near record cold has continued into May.