Then there MUST be a problem, and whose administration says this? George Bush’s!!! The Bush administration released a climate change assessment on Thursday -- four years late and pushed forward by a court order -- that said human-induced global warming will likely lead to problems like droughts in the US West and stronger hurricanes. See HERE for the details of how climate change has affected water, agriculture and biodiversity in the U.S. already and what future predictions are, and in the washington Post, see HERE.
The Western areas of the U.S. will face especial problems due to a growing demand for water coupled with a drop in water supplies as the mountain snows and reservoirs dwindle.
As Anthony C. Janetos, director of the Joint Global Change Research Institute of the University of Maryland and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory said, "People imagine all these ecological impacts are in some distant future, they’re not in some distant future. We’re experiencing them now.” As if to echo that point, below is pictured Amy Hosch at her brother-in-law's home after a tornado struck in Parkersburg, Iowa.