Cli­mate change ques­tion

Fiji Sun - - Comment -

Floyd Robin­son,

Nas­inu

While in­ter­na­tional and na­tional dis­cus­sions on Cli­mate Change im­pacts con­tinue to at­tract much at­ten­tion, it ap­pears that we may ac­ci­dently for­get one im­por­tant stake­holder who vis­its around this time of the year. In what way does Cli­mate Change af­fect the fa­mous Fa­ther Christ­mas who of­ten comes from the North Pole with gifts for chil­dren?

If ice is melt­ing in the North Pole, as per sci­en­tific ev­i­dence, is his well-be­ing at risk?

Will he be bring­ing cli­mate re­silient toys and gifts for Christ­mas this year? Well one hopes that he finds a Mother Christ­mas oth­er­wise he must feel quite lonely.

All in all, some­how even in the face of Cli­mate Change, Fa­ther Christ­mas man­ages to ap­pear in time for Christ­mas.

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