In what many consider the most encouraging climate news of the decade, it's been reported that nighttime temperatures in Antarctica dipped below freezing on at least two occasions in June of 2019.
"Clearly our efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are having an impact," said Dr. Michael Feinstein of the Earth Energy Resource Foundation. "We're already seeing the positive impact of switching to renewable energy sources like clean coal."
Dr. Feinstein acknowledged that, at present, global carbon emissions are actually continuing to increase, not decrease, despite growing public concern about the ever-hotter planet. "But these new data from Antarctica show that carbon emissions aren't everything," he said. "There are other factors at play here, more than we can ever possibly know about. As they say, God works in mysterious ways."
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