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Cornucopian Dream ~ a poem for my fellow Earth lovers It topples, crumblesinto soils that regretto bear their yield. We burn it, borrow it, bend it and stake it, box it, ship it, buy it, but we cannot make it. We cannot build mindsthat know the end, minds that know no want, minds that know enoughmust surely beenough.
New Study Outlines Fallacies of So-Called 'Sustainable' Investments New Study Outlines Fallacies of So-Called 'Sustainable' Investments. Superforest, Climate Change. Press release from Heartland.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission removes a critical safety regulation WASHINGTON - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Republican majority, in a 3-2 vote, approved a stripped-down version of a rule originally intended to protect U.S. nuclear plants against extreme natural events, such as the massive earthquake and tsunami that triggered meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan in March 2011.
The Power of One At a recent TEDx Youth event in Basel, we had the honor of watching Greta Thunberg's talk, which was streamed into the conference. This articulate, well - spoken, passionate child was nothing short of inspiring.
Decarbonizing Electricity Webinar SGI has been leading important work on climate change with regional utilities. Today, we hosted our first educational webinar of 2019 where we learned more about how we can advance those conversations. We hosted Dan Bakal of Ceres and Franz Litz, program consultant at the Great Plains Institute.
Shackleton's evil ice scuppers hopes of finding Endurance Shackleton's evil ice scuppers hopes of finding Endurance. Superforest, Climate Change. From The Times. Excerpts:. Read the full article at The Times. I consider Ernest Shackleton to be one of the all time bad asses in history.
As the Colorado River runs dry: A five-part climate change story This article is the first in a 5-part series on the Colorado River originally published by Yale Environment 360 and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The beginnings of the mighty Colorado River on the west slope of Rocky Mountain National Park are humble.
Have the Kids Started Caring? Back in 2011, I wrote a blog post called "Do the Kids Care?" about the attitude of young people toward climate change. The tentative conclusion was they cared less due to their limited experience of risk. Today was a day when many of them certainly seemed to care.
The most villainous act in the history of human civilisation.’ Michael E Mann speaks out The renowned US climate scientist and Tyler Prize winner talks exclusively to Samantha Page for Cosmos.
Here are two big things that were wrong with climate change coverage in 2018 An obsessive focus on Trump. The collective's Media and Climate Change Observatory, which tracks media coverage in dozens of countries, produced a report summarizing its findings from 2018. In the U.S., MeCCO monitored five major newspapers and six major TV networks.
What would a national emergency over climate change look like? Shortly after Trump made his declaration, Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar took to Twitter to call on the next president to declare climate change a national emergency upon taking office.
Climate Action World War III++? Climate Action World War III++? Superforest, Climate Change. User Peter L writes:. From MIT Technology Review. Peter L adds. Full MIT Technology Review article here. The scenario would go something like this. It's the year 2051.
'Winters Without A Lot Of Snow, Much More Rainfall' - How Baltimore Will Experience Future Climate Change "So the basic idea of the study is to ask what is Baltimore going to be like in terms of its climate." If the greenhouse gasses warming the atmosphere and melting the world's ice continue at their present rate, Fitzpatrick believes the climate in Mississippi will be Baltimore's, 60 years from now.
Environment - Why We Should All Support the Climate Change Strike So it's taken a while, but I'm back - and what a day to start blogging again. I'd heard about the Climate Change Strike which had been planned to take place across the UK and I have been following it all day on the news.
Why the Green New Deal makes me hopeful about climate change The Green New Deal moves the debate past whether climate change is real and focuses, for the first time, on what we should do about it.
The Children's Crusade It started as a quasi-religious movement, led by a few persuasive individuals who created an atmosphere of mass hysteria which infected the uneducated and intellectuals alike; then it became an intergovernmental affair, organised at the supranational level; but due to international rivalries and the failure to agree on objectives, it petered out.
Alien Takeover Do you really believe that it is yours to do as you want with it? Do you really believe that we cannot claim it? Why? Because you are already here? Does not your own history show otherwise? I would ask you what would you call colonialism?
Youth Strike 4 Climate Brighton - Photo Essay Today marks the first UK #YouthStrike4Climate. Inspired by Greta Thunberg, students all over the world are striking from school. The aim is to disrupt the education system in order to be seen and heard.
Running a Temperature The breakfast news mentioned that some British children would be walking out of school today in protest at the regime's lack of any meaningful response to the threat of climate change. Good on 'em. They must surely see their future slipping away from them.
British students' pro-climate strike today This 15 February 2019 video says about itself:. By International Youth and Students for Social Equality in Britain:. This Dutch TV video is about that same British students' strike. Climate change and the fight for socialism. 15 February 2019.
The Rising Tide of Climate Injustice Chesapeake Avenue, in the Salters Creek neighborhood of Newport News, Virginia, sits atop a seawall that shields it from the Hampton Roads, the body of water that connects the mouths of the James and Elizabeth Rivers to the Chesapeake Bay near where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean.
'Climate-change refugees' quit mainland farming in search of greener pastures in Tasmania They call themselves "climate-change refugees". The McCreaths are far from the first producers to make the move. Over the past four years, three young families from the Mallee region of Victoria have shifted their neighbouring operations 700 kilometres south.
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US coastal businesses hit by everyday impact of climate change, study shows Annapolis is seeing seas rise at about twice the global rate, and flooding there foreshadows the problems other coastal communities can expect.
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