Have you noticed lately that every time there is any variance from expectation in the natural world, suddenly the voices on television are attributing it to climate change? Dolphins spotted off Vancouver Island, climate change. Bad sockeye run last year, great sockeye run this year, climate change. I'm wondering if these people appreciate that nature rarely exists in steady state equilibrium? Virtually all ecosystems cycle through good times and bad, good weather and bad, and just because something happens that you did not expect does not mean that the world is coming to an end. Dynamic mathematics shows that most natural data oscillates around equilibrium, it rarely stays locked in steady state. It warms, it cools, it warms, it cools, and so on and so forth. Seeing dolphins in Nanaimo doesn’t mean that New York will be 30 feet under water in 50 years.
The Green Party will not win a seat in the next election whenever it is. I would bet money on that.