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A weatherman breaks down in tears and considers having a vasectomy, vows NEVER to fly again due to grim UN climate report: Eric Holthaus tweeted ‘no children, happy to go extinct’

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A weatherman breaks down in tears and vows NEVER to fly again due to grim climate-change report | Mail Online

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2436551/A-weatherman-breaks-tears-vows-NEVER-fly-grim-climate-change-report.html

Eric Holthaus ([email protected])said he has decided not to have children in order to leave a lighter carbon footprint, and has considered having a vasectomy

He tweeted on Friday ‘no children, happy to go extinct’

The weatherman also said he is committed to stop flying as ‘it’s not worth the climate’

‘I just broke down in tears in boarding area at SFO while on phone with my wife. I’ve never cried because of a science report before. #IPCC,’ was his first tweet on around 2pm on Friday.

‘I realised just now: This has to be the last flight I ever take. I’m committing right now to stop flying. It’s not worth the climate,’ he tweeted a few minutes late.

'Broke down': Holthaus' first tweet after reading the report

According to another tweet from Holthaus, the Dutch artist known as Tinkebell, who calls attention to animal rights issues through works that use the remains of dead animals, had herself sterilised last week for a similar reason.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2436551/A-weatherman-breaks-tears-vows-NEVER-fly-grim-climate-change-report.html

 

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