Global warming was blamed for evaporating the Great Lakes, now blamed for high water in Chicago’s ‘climate emergency’

Mark Glennon  |  February 13, 2020

By Mark Glennon, includes “… ‘What we are seeing in global warming is the evaporation of our Great Lakes.’ That was Illinois Senator Dick Durbin in 2013 when Lake Michigan was at a record low. You can find plenty of claims to the same effect from the time. Nobel Prize winner Al Gore chimed in around then, too, saying climate change was driving Great Lakes levels down by causing evaporation. But that was then and this is now. …”

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