Nothing wrong with that.
Nothing wrong with holding a politician accountable.
But here's another number: 410.
As in 410 parts per million of carbon dioxide.
Another year, another indicator of climate change melts another record.
From the report by Scientific American:
"Even when concentrations of carbon dioxide level off, the impacts of climate change will extend centuries into the future. The planet has already warmed 1.8°F (1°C), including a run of 627 months in a row of above-normal heat. Sea levels have risen about a foot and oceans have acidified. Extreme heat has become more common.
All of these impacts will last longer and intensify into the future even if we cut carbon emissions. But we face a choice of just how intense they become based on when we stop polluting the atmosphere.
Right now we’re on track to create a climate unseen in 50 million years by mid-century."
Most reports on Trump's first 100 days highlight his failures to do much.
But when it comes to climate change, doing nothing is doing something -- something bad and dangerous for humanity.
And Trump has been doing something -- rolling back what little progress we've made in reducing the impact of global warming.
Truly, if not our days, then our children's, are numbered,