Attempted guilt-trip incoming!
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) July 13, 2017
Think you aren’t personally responsible for climate change? Think again.
The average American causes about 600 square feet of Arctic sea ice to vanish each year, according to a study released Thursday, and something as simple as your summer road trip may be to blame.
Oddly enough they don’t examine how much of that ice “vanish” is due to vehicles delivering USA Today.
What there is still ice? It can't be @algore said so.
— Sally Konn (@RealSallyKonn) July 13, 2017
— Discarded Virtues (@DiscardedVirtue) July 13, 2017
Going to wager you burn more than I do. https://t.co/GveUn64Utq
— BT (@back_ttys) July 13, 2017
Here’s an assignment for USA Today’s climate team:
If I do, how much ice would, say, Leo DiCaprio and Al Gore with their private jets and huge homes, melt? ?
— ? Brian B ?? (@acebb20) July 13, 2017
Cool story, bro. Now tell me how much ice Leo DiCaprio and Al Gore melt each year. https://t.co/4UilSuSxX8
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) July 13, 2017
We look forward to reading that story. ::Crickets::