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  • ALEC blames Unitarian Universalists, other progressives for its woes
    ALEC blames Unitarian Universalists, other progressives for its woes
    The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has fallen on hard times. Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Yahoo have severed their ties with the organization. The withdrawal of large financial backers has forced ALEC to "sublet their swank...
  • Katherine Foster
    Katherine Foster inspires innovation in Switzerland
    Katherine Foster's journey to becoming an Innovation Lead for Europe's official Climate Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) has been equally rewarding and challenging. Katherine is a member of the Climate-KIC organization with her...
  • #BrowardNext - net steps
    #BrowardNext - next steps
    Today, Thursday October 16, 2014, was the beginning of Focus Areas meetings for #BrowardNext that are an integral part of Broward County's process of updating their comprehensive and land use plan. Henry Sniezek, Director and Maribel Feliciano...
  • Carbon sequestration
    Scientists find carbon dioxide can be buried for a million years
    Too much carbon dioxide pollution spewing out of coal-powered plants?The solution may be to bury the problem.Carbon capture and storage (CCS) was suggested in reports from the UN’s International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) this year as a...
  • Tropical fish in a school
    Study: Many fish species heading to poles for colder water
    A study published recently in the ICES Journal of Marine Science found that warm-water fish are getting too warm and are being driven to colder waters by climate change. Scientists at the University of British Columbia, who studied over 800...
  • New federal task force to deal with climate change's effects on fisheries
    New federal task force to deal with climate change's effects on fisheries
    A new federal task force will advise the U.S. Department of Commerce about fishery policies concerning climate change. The Department's National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration is announcing in the Federal Register of Thursday, Aug....
  • Climate change
    Snicker if you want, DOD says climate change real
    Snicker if you want, DOD says climate change real, so are ISIS and Ebola.Probably many people by now understand the significance of climate change and its likely causes. Burning fossil fuels is the most probable cause. Republicans like Mitch...
  • Dr Natalia Shakhova East Siberian Arctic Shelf ESAS Researcher
    Royal Society snubs important Arctic scientists and their research
    A few days ago an important Royal Society meeting took place that presented important research on the current state of the Arctic. Called "Arctic sea ice reduction: the evidence, models, and global impacts," the event was held in London,...
  • Pentagon unveils plan for military's response to climate change
    Pentagon clarifies immediate threat to US and it's not ISIS
    Most lately, the largest threat our nation faces is the rise of the ISIS, so it would be reasonable to think that the Pentagon would keep its focus on eliminating that threat. But that doesn't seem to be the case.Drastic weather, rising seas...
  • Population's tipping point
    'Countdown' to a population tipping point
    Few remain who doubt the validity of climate change. The mounting evidence, when carefully examined, is increasingly unavoidable and indisputable and the planet’s stability is being shaken with each new baby being born, and every drop of...
  • Resources vs. time vs. timing
    Climate Change constraint - resources, time and timing
    Climate change is definitely seeping into every aspect of our lives but there still remains a disconnect. The inertia that most of us seem to experience in responding to this global issue can perhaps be viewed in terms of resources, time and...
  • Icebergs in Miami possible according to new study
    Icebergs in Miami possible according to new study
    Icebergs that calved off of the Laurentide Ice Sheet when the ice sheet began melting about 21,000 years ago have been proven to have reached as far south as Miami, Florida and the Caribbean. Alan Condron of the University of Massachusetts Amherst...
  • Photographers are using their cameras to talk about climate change
    Photographers are using their cameras to talk about climate change
    They’re calling it a “takeover.” Every week through the first week of 2015, the International Center of Photography (ICP) will feature photographs focused on “subjects related to climate change” from a different...
  • Dead pink salmon
    Antiquated salmon-killing Buckley dam finally to be repaired
    King 5 reported this week long-awaited good news for pink salmon on the White River that a dilapidated dam near Buckley will finally get repaired.The primary purpose of diversion dams, are to divert water for agriculture, but the 73-year-old...
  • King Tides bring higher than normal flooding
    Sunny Sky Flooding, in Harm's Way
    "Sunny sky flooding" or "clear sky flooding" refer to flooding events that are not related to a storm water event. This is due to sea level rise that allows both coastal and inland flooding due to our hydrology and land that is...