How Will Climate Change Affect Fall Color?

DNews offers its view of what’s happening to fall color, because of climate change.  Will it mean that pumpkin spice lattes will be a summer drink, in the future?

DNews reports that as a result of global warming, hardwood forests are moving north at a pace of 6.25 feet a year.  That means that in only 1.4 million years, there’ll be no fall color maples and birch left to see in the contiguous 48 U.S. states!

Learn all of DNews’ horrifying predictions by viewing this video:

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