Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach
The Guardian, that endless source of climate activism, expoundeth as follows:
15,000 sq km of coral reef could be lost in current mass bleaching, say scientists
Noaa predicts third-ever global bleaching event could cause a 6% global reduction in coral reefs in less than two years.
A massive coral bleaching event currently ravaging coral reefs across the globe could destroy thousands of square kilometres of coral cover forever, US government scientists have said.
In figures exclusively released to the Guardian, scientists from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Noaa) said about 12% of the world’s reefs have suffered bleaching in the last year. Just under half of these, an area of 12,000 sq km of coral, may be lost forever.
Say what? NOAA is releasing secret results exclusively to the Guardian? What’s wrong with this picture?
So I have emailed the NOAA folks as…
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