Northern hemisphere sees in early spring due to global warming

Spring is sprung 26 days earlier than a decade ago, causing problems for the natural cycle of plants and wildlife … While these earlier springs might not seem like a big deal – and who among us doesn’t appreciate a balmy day or a break in dreary winter weather – they pose significant challenges for planning and managing important issues that affect our economy and our society.

The Guardian: Tim Radford: 2 March 2017

Thanks to Jenny Goldie, Climate Action Monaro, for alerting me to this article.

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