Conservationist group returned to court to challenge the administration's effort to help save the polar bears by trying to push the administration to include steps against global warming.
The groups challenging the administration, allege that greenhouse emissions are to blame for rapid melting in the Arctic, which is a threat for polar bears.
Interior Secretary Dirk Kemptthorne rejected the addition of broad global warming issues saying he would not allow the Endangered Species Act to be "misused" to regulate Global Warming changes.
While Global Warming is an issue affecting us, there is no real scientific proof that human activity is the only, and the biggest culprit here. Wouldn't a single outburst of solar energy affect us more than all we can do.
I am afraid we just got enormous chutzpah to think that we are bigger than Universe, that we really mean much in Universe affairs.
Just a note. 130 years ago Gainsville in Florida was famous for growing citrus. Late in 19th century the series of freezes killed the citrus and pushed the industry to Orlando. Interestingly enough deep freezes of the 80s in the 20 century adversely affected the citrus growing industry in Orlando area.
Looks like Florida used to be much warmer 125 years ago and was this way for decades. No greenhouse emissions at that time, unless, of course, horses were worse than cars.
Jon Zolsky, your Daytona Beach connection,