Guess What’s Building On Mount Kilimanjaro?

Yet another warmist meme bites the dust

Standing as the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro is slowly regaining its snow after several years of drought in East Africa and the effects of climate change in African continent.

Sigh. They should have stopped after “drought.” And let’s not forget that the major cause of the loss of Kilimanjaro’s snow was due to the loss of the forests around the Mount, which, yes, was man caused, but was a local condition, much like NYC is much hotter than the surrounding country side. Anyhow

The snow is slowly mounting on the top point of the mountain, giving new hopes to Mount Kilimanjaro environmental watchdogs and tourists that the mountain may not lose its beautiful ice cap as scientists predicted.

Covered in mist most of the day, Mount Kilimanjaro is the most tourist attractive site in Tanzania, pulling in tens of thousands of tourists each year. The snow, which once disappeared in some parts of the mountain is mounting slowly, giving a beautiful view of the Kibo peak.

But, of course

Environmentalists warn that this highest peak in Africa could lose its ice cover and glaciers between 2018 and 2020 unless global campaigns to save the mountain’s ecology are taken.

So, their bat guano theory wasn’t working out, so, they have to make a prediction 7-9 years away. They just won’t give up on insanity. I’m sure they will figure out a way to link the increased snow cover to globull warming, though.

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