Climate change activist notice that it is hot in the summer in Texas

NY Times:

Activists Aim to Turn Sun Belt Into Front Line on Climate

In the sweltering Southern states, workers laboring outdoors are wrestling with the personal and political consequences of a worsening environment.
As some one who has lived in the South most of my life, I don't notice it being any warmer than usual during the summer months.  August has long been a time where those who can afford it spend some time in Maine.

The rest of us continue our outdoor activities including sailing and swimming, or for some tubing down a river.  People still do yard workand go for long walks or runs.

The environment is still better here than it was in Vietnam in the late 60's or Iraq in the 90's and currently.   I graduated from high school in the lower Rio Grande Valley were it was usually hot and humid.  Adapting to those conditions is not as difficult as what would be required to meet the objectives of the climate activists.

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