Goodbye Pittsboro, Hello Pittsburgh.
Just for the record: It's been more than a week, and no word from AquaNC.
I sent you an email at the given address, along with a photo. I'll update here.
Wish I could post a photo of the nasty water that came out of my AquaNC tap in northern Durham. Eww.
Somebody didn't learn about stewardship for future generations.
Humpy: There is no debate that the climate is changing and that humans bear the primary responsibility. There is debate about land-atmosphere interactions, land-ocean interactions, how thawing carbon-laden soils will affect the future changes, how the variability will play out across the globe. Very interesting scientific questions concerning what details are responsible for the changes seen to date. However, as for the policy implications, there is no scientific debate that human emissions have and will cause great changes, endangering our food and water needs. In NC we can prepare for problems, work on solutions, or deny science. Voters have elected state leaders that deny science for the sake of money. No debate.
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