Daily Mirror’s Pack Of Lies About Greenland Meltdown

And now the Telegraph are at it

Climate change melts 12.5bn tons of ice in Greenland 50 years earlier than predicted

Earlier this month, in the town of Qaanaaq in northwestern Greenland, children were seen splashing around in the sea and wearing t-shirts, which would have been unheard of ten years ago.

Some schoolgirls have reportedly even started wearing skirts as part of their uniform. Climate experts said the sudden increase in melting ice was caused by greenhouse gas emissions over the past century and the so-called Albedo effect, where falling ice levels means that heat is absorbed by the planet instead of being reflected back into space, piling on yet more heat.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/08/28/climate-change-melts-billions-tons-ice-greenland-fifty-years/

It was a weather event, defined by its temporary nature.

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

The Daily Mirror is probably the worst newspaper in Britain, an achievement given the competition!

Today it features a climate breakdown spread across the opening pages, led by this three page fake news story about Greenland. (The following two pages are devoted to the wildfires in Brazil).

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A heatwave is gripping The Arctic, melting away Greenland’s ice sheet on an unprecedented scale and threatening a global rise in sea levels – an urgent reminder of the climate crisis we are now all facing.

Kids splashing each other in the sea and locals wearing t-shirts were unheard of here in August 10 years ago.

But now, alongside teenage girls wearing skirts to school and increasing mosquitoes, it is a common occurrence for the residents of Qaanaaq, in north-west Greenland, one of the world’s most northerly cities situated 700 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

Greenland, the world’s largest…

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