NYT commentator Bob Herbert, sitting on one of the most valuable pieces of real estate in the media world, writes a column on global warming and manages to say … nothing.
To get the flavor, check this out:
You can’t blame any single weather event on global warming. But with polar bears drowning because they can’t swim far enough to make it from one ice floe to another; with the once-glorious snows of Kilimanjaro about to bring down the final curtain on their long, long run; with the virtual disappearance of Lake Chad in Africa, which was once the size of Lake Erie, it may be time to get serious about trying to slow this catastrophic trend.
Stirring words, Bob.