Sunday, July 15, 2007

Global Warming Bad for National Parks

The National Parks Conservation Association has released a report titled "Unnatural Disaster: Global Warming and Our National Parks." It predicts the death of many trout, floods and the end of fly fishing as we know it. Except of course in the biodome I am constructing in my back yard. Admission will be $5,000 per week plus a case of beer, not that synthetic junk they have been peddling since the depleted ozone layer burned up all the hops.
"Global warming is harming our national parks. If our national parks are to survive and thrive into their second century, we must act now. We call on Congress and the Administration to put an action plan in place that will protect our national parks," said National Parks Conservation Association President Tom Kiernan.

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