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‘I will act because there have been too many hurricanes’: Check out this 30-second climate video from EDF

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“I will act because there have been too many hurricanes”: Check out this 30-second climate fraud video from EDF

http://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2013/08/will-act-because-there-have-been-too.html

“I Will” Act on Climate Change – YouTube[The opening line is “I will act because there have been too many hurricanes”; later a kid is depicted wearing an oxygen mask, presumably because of a CO2-induced asthma attack]New TV ads call on communities to say “I will” act on climate | Environmental Defense Fund(Washington, D.C. – August 6, 2013) Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) is launching a new TV ad campaign today calling on local communities to take action on climate change.The ads highlight the dangerous effects of climate change on local communities and say, “doing nothing is no longer an option.” Severe Weather Drought: Tornadoes drop to a new all time record low, major hurricane absence is setting a new record every day | Watts Up With That?[May 2013] it has been 2750 days (7 years, 6 months, 11 days) since the last major Hurricane (Cat 3 or greater) hit the USA on October 24th 2005 when hurricane Wilma made landfall. Each new day is a new record in this major hurricane drought.

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