Climate Change caused an island, erm sand bar to disappear..

By Eco Guy 12:17am 26th March 2010
"Climate change sunk my sandbar..." hmm

It appears that the main stream media has yet again got it all wrong with what effects climate change is having on our environment..

We are in this case referring to an 'island' between Bangladesh and India that both countries have had claims on that now apparently has disappeared due to climate change.

It seems the media has totally ignored that the island is actually a sand bar, i.e. its not geographic strata based, its just a pile of sand that a cyclone created 40 odd years ago. So what the weather can so easily 'make' it can so easily erode over time...

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