Category: Flood Lights in Uganda

Flood Lights in Uganda

Flood Lights in Uganda
Flood Lights in Uganda

At the outset of his interview, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) was asked if the recent floods in Uganda were a “major problem.” He responded, “People are concerned. How many of you are going to be there and what might be happening in your area?” He then turned to questions on climate change and the “anti-coal movement” and claimed that “that’s not what is happening” at all.

Issa went on (emphasis added):

And frankly that kind of stuff that we are seeing in the climate debate is very, very worrisome. And so why are we not seeing anything else? And I think in the United States you’re seeing absolutely nothing at all. The only way around it and the only way that we’re looking toward that is through the process of adaptation. And so these are the big questions that it takes to really turn around our energy infrastructure. We don’t have an energy infrastructure from our coal plants to our solar and wind, for example. And you know, we are seeing things because of our energy system and the climate systems now.
https://jiji.ug/53-flood-lights
Flood Lights in Uganda

Photo credit: AFP

Flood Lights in Uganda

Flood Lights in Uganda
Flood Lights in Uganda

At the outset of his interview, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) was asked if the recent floods in Uganda were a “major problem.” He responded, “People are concerned. How many of you are going to be there and what might be happening in your area?” He then turned to questions on climate change and the “anti-coal movement” and claimed that “that’s not what is happening” at all.

Issa went on (emphasis added):

And frankly that kind of stuff that we are seeing in the climate debate is very, very worrisome. And so why are we not seeing anything else? And I think in the United States you’re seeing absolutely nothing at all. The only way around it and the only way that we’re looking toward that is through the process of adaptation. And so these are the big questions that it takes to really turn around our energy infrastructure. We don’t have an energy infrastructure from our coal plants to our solar and wind, for example. And you know, we are seeing things because of our energy system and the climate systems now.
https://jiji.ug/53-flood-lights
Flood Lights in Uganda

Photo credit: AFP