First Official Climate Change Diagnosis

First Official Climate Change Diagnosis

Canadian woman becomes the first patient to suffer from climate change

04 Sep 1921, 61 – New York Herald at Newspapers.com

THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1921

RUSSIA’S SUFFERING. But it is in Russia, along the fertile wheat fields of the Volga, which used to feed not only Russia and neighboring countries, but the whole of Europe, that we see the worst famine. The vast valley of the Volga, from Samara to Penn, is reduced to a state of desolation—with from twenty to forty million lives .endangered by famine, and millions, of men, women and children migrating, in various directions, in the hope of finding food. The water from springs and wells is utterly exhausted, and the country dried up and cracked open to a great depth, owing to the absence of rain for six months, from March to September. No such drought and famine has ever before afflicted Russia; and the governments of Europe and America are exerting themselves to succor millions of destitute and starving Russians.”

20 Nov 1921, 51 – The San Francisco Examiner at Newspapers.com

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November 10, 2021 at 09:09AM

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  1. I had say we learn the lessons from the past , and deal with the burning issue of climate change find solution to the problem because it affects many countries.

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