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Extended Breeding Season



Breeding season is extending > learn more & call us today for treatment! As the climate of the northern United States warms, the Asian tiger mosquito, one of the world’s most invasive pests, continues spreading northward from Texas to New York, while extending its breeding season. These changes are happening just when chikungunya, an infectious disease carried by this and other mosquitoes, is rapidly spreading throughout the Caribbean. Pieces are falling into place for a historic epidemic on U.S. shores. If that happens, then mosquitoes might just shift the debate from whether climate change is happening to a more serious discussion on how to respond to the consequences of a warmer world. Studies by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication have found that when Americans are informed about the broad health consequences of climate change, they are more likely to engage with the issue. When what’s threatened are our neighbors, rather than far away polar bears, the perception of climate change is likely to shift. Source and full article here: http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/30/opinion/pagani-climate-change-mosquito-illness/

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