Supporting Evidence Re: [GRRN] Environment May Be the Key Issue for 2000

Cindy Shea (
Mon, 01 Mar 1999 09:48:29 +0000

For those interested in documentation regarding extreme weather damage, human
induced causes, and mitigation strategies, see this article I wrote for our
website in December.

Bill Sheehan wrote:

> "The nation is ready to make the environment the key issue for 2000. Recent
> evidence of climate change is too drastic for anyone to ignore. From the
> fires in Florida to the flood in Texas, the mudslides in California, the
> drought in the Midwest and the extreme hurricanes in Central America, who
> can
> doubt that our climate is changing severely?
> "If articulated properly, the environment can be the central issue of the
> next decade."
> --Dick Morris, former political consultant to President Clinton, The
> Hill, 2-24-99
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Cindy Pollock Shea
Contributing Editor
Florida Sustainable Communities Center