Friday, May 12, 2017

Grapes In Greenland?

Newfoundland was so warm in the Medieval Warm Period that when the Vikings landed they called it Vineland and brought boatloads of grapes back to Europe. Moreover, vines prospered in the North of England - and even in Scotland!
Greenland certainly practised viticulture.

Which motor vehicles had caused their global warming, I wonder?

Gove In 'Overkill' Mode?

Wood-burners and bonfire BAN on Britain’s homes as new pollution crackdown prepared.