Tim Blair spots this hilarious series of items from warm-torn Vietnam:
Viet Nam’s Rich Mekong and Red River Deltas Face Severe Flooding from Climate Change.
The Red River that divides Hanoi is at its lowest level in more than a century, and global warming could be a factor, a Vietnamese official said on Thursday.
Thus nature balances itself: climate change brings the rain, and the warmening takes it all away. As usual, however, one group is hardest hit:
Global warming affects Viet Nam’s women hardest
Clearly, this unusual confluence of climatic-related events calls for a full CIA investigation. I’d recommend M*A*S*H’s legendary Col. Flagg character for this all-important assignment.