Is it Okay to Enjoy the Warm Winters of Climate Change?

News of Chicago - This is not how February is supposed to feel.

Katherine Hayhoe, an atmospheric scientist at Texas Tech University, told me that people shouldn't hesitate to enjoy unseasonably warm days, whether or not they are caused by climate change.

"It's a good example of how all of the symptoms of a changing climate are not negative. And if there is something good, then enjoying it doesn't make [climate change] any better or worse than it would be otherwise," she said.

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