Warming in Great Britain appears to have given a little brown and orange butterfly an edge. The brown argus butterfly has spread about 49 miles (79 kilometers) northward on the island over 20 years, observations indicate.(Via)At least now, in our darkest moments, we can still hope for a world overtaken by butterflies.
Friday, May 25, 2012
A thin and barely visible silver lining
for what? Yeah, well, let's not get started on that, shall we? But hey, every once in a tiny while, there is a little bit of news that shows climate change isn't all near-term doom and gloom for everyone. For example,