RECOMMEND CALIFORNIA ADOPT EMERGENCY FUEL STANDARD REGULATIONS
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In light of the information below I recommend that the California Air Resources Board and the State Energy Commission ADOPT EMERGENCY REGULATIONS REGARDING FUEL STANDARDS:
Once the Antartica's Wilkens Ice Shelf breaks away, in the next couple of days, it would enable the Antartica's glaciers to slide into the sea at a faster rate in the near future.
Should the glaciers slide into the sea, there would be a significant rise in sea levels that would flood coastlines, cities, states, lowlands, and islands of the world. Major Cities, such as, San Diego, Long Beach, parts of Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Oakland, Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, Canada on the West Coast would be flooded. Cities, such as, as New York, Boston, Washington, D. C., Miami, on the East Coast would be flooded. The Great Lakes cities, such as, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, and Toledo would be flooded. States, such as, Florida, Hawaii and Alaska would be flooded. The Gulf Coast cities, such as, Mobile,
Biloxi, Gulf Port, New Orleans, Houston, Corpus Cristi, would be flooded.
Also, the Netherlands, parts of the British Isles, Hong Kong, Shanghai the Philippines, and parts of Australia, New Zealand, Africa, and South America would be flooded.
I continue to keep you informed re: developments of global warming and its effects on the coastlines, cities, states, lowlands, and islands of the world. My responsibility is never ending, in keeping with the University of California's Alumni's Duties and Responsibilities (1983).
Robert E. Fisher, MSW, 1971
The University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
Former City of Los Angeles Legislative Analyst/Rep to The California Coastal Commission 1974-79