Arnold Schwarzenegger and a US troops have during slightest one
thing in common: they’re both disturbed about climate
The actor and former Republican administrator of California recently
visited Naval Station Norfolk, a largest naval bottom in the
world, to see how it’s underneath hazard from meridian change.
The Arnold has never shied divided from his opinions about
“I don’t give a damn if we trust in climate
change,” Schwarzenegger wrote on
Facebook in 2015.
“Do we trust it is excusable that 7 million people die
each year from pollution?” he asked. “That’s some-more than murders,
suicides, and automobile accidents – combined.”
Neither have the US military’s top
coronet been shy. In fact, American troops leaders have been
warning about a hazard of meridian change to US national
confidence given during least
“Governor, [Naval Station Norfolk] is a second most
exposed area, subsequent to New Orleans, in terms of a sea level
rise,” Rear Adm. Jack Scorby
“Right now, a best guess is approximately a two-foot
arise by a year 2050,” a admiral said.
And maybe a biggest problem, Assistant Navy
Secretary Dennis McGinn told Schwarzenegger, are storms.
They “can boost sea turn arise by four, five, 6 or more
feet,” he said.
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