|11/30/2017 12:13:00 PM|
Warming temperature "trend is unmistakable"
|Bob Lindmeier, chief meteorologist for WKOW 27 of Madison, has over 30 years experience in his field. He has given thousands of weather forecasts, and was notably recognized in 2011, 2012 and 2013 by WeatheRate as "Most Accurate" in Southern Wisconsin.|
So why was he in Dodgeville on a sunny Monday afternoon sharing a presentation on climate change to the Dodgeville Kiwanis Club?
"I do it for my grandkids," Lindmeier said. "I'm concerned about the world my grandkids will live in."
Someday his grandchildren will ask him what he did about climate change, and Lindmeier can tell them, "I tried to do as much as possible."
Over the years, Lindmeier read as much literature as he could on climate change, and became more and more concerned about what he was reading. He also noticed that the public and the media did not seem to share the same concern he and other meteorologists and scientists had.
"There is no scientific dispute," Lindmeier said.
Climate change is real.
It is caused by us - humans.
It is dangerous.
Scientists can agree....
See the rest of the story in the November 30, 2017 Chronicle issue.
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