Impact of climate change growing in Ohio

Marion Star: When most people hear “climate change,” they think of claims that fossil fuel use and deforestation have resulted in stronger hurricanes, intense heat waves and drought. Many others look at such claims as junk science and scare tactics. But a certain amount of conjecture and debate on these matters is healthy. It’s OK to be skeptical, but proof of climate change in Ohio can be found across the state. Algae growing in Lake Erie and other smaller inland lakes, buggy conditions earlier in the year,......

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