Climate Change

Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela Agree To Defend Mother Earth at Climate Change Conference

Posted by on October 28, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 19 Comments
Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela Agree To Defend Mother Earth at Climate Change Conference

Civil society representatives proposed the creation of an environmental justice court, recognition of indigenous ancestral knowledge, and demanded developed countries should recognize their climate debt as a legal and moral obligation.

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Becoming an Earth Keeper

Becoming an Earth Keeper

I was recently initiated as an Earth Keeper by the Q’ero shamans of Peru, an honor and responsibility that I don’t take lightly. These wise men have come down from their mountain to share their knowledge and prophesies with us. It is a time of great urgency when we need to make our beloved Mother Earth our top priority. She is sick and crying for our help.

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Best Article Ever on Climate Change and Humanity’s Influence

Posted by on October 20, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 4 Comments
Best Article Ever on Climate Change and Humanity’s Influence

Some researchers look at surface temperatures, some at ice cores, some tree rings and more recently satellite measurements of the larger atmosphere. What do the different collection techniques reveal?

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World’s Oceans Face Worst Coral Die-Off in History, Scientists Warn

Posted by on October 9, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment, Wildlife with 12 Comments
World’s Oceans Face Worst Coral Die-Off in History, Scientists Warn

Coral reefs, often referred to as “rainforests of the sea” simply “haven’t been able to adapt to the higher base temperatures of the ocean,” say the scientists.

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Major Corporations Taking Climate Change Threat More Seriously – Survey

Posted by on October 4, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 6 Comments
Major Corporations Taking Climate Change Threat More Seriously – Survey

Companies are actively doing their part to reduce their impact on climate change. What do you think about this?

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Why Women Are Central to Climate Justice and Solutions

Posted by on September 26, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 1 Comment
Why Women Are Central to Climate Justice and Solutions

Tangentially, there is a clear link between poverty and who climate change impacts first and worst—and women make up the greatest percentage of the worlds poor.

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A Great Need For Climate Consciousness

Posted by on September 19, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 4 Comments
A Great Need For Climate Consciousness

Clearly we need a global reordering of priorities, away from short-term economic gain and towards long-term sustainability.

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Why the U.S. is Still Sweating Out Heat Waves in September

Posted by on September 13, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 12 Comments
Why the U.S. is Still Sweating Out Heat Waves in September

Wednesday, September 9, was the hottest day of the year in Los Angeles. The air conditioning stopped working in classrooms across the city, stifling students with sometimes 90-degree temperatures inside and sending some to the hospital.

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2015 On Course to Be the Warmest Year So Far According to NASA

Posted by on August 22, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 10 Comments
2015 On Course to Be the Warmest Year So Far According to NASA

The independent work by both NASA and Japan Meteorological Agency show that July 2015 was the warmest month on record, and the chances are good – especially because of the strong El Niño – that 2015 as a whole will end up being the hottest year on record too.

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Big News: Chemtrail Activist Speaks to Congress

Big News: Chemtrail Activist Speaks to Congress

Patrick Roddie, a geoengineering activist, just testified before Congress delivering a powerful message about how those concerned with global warming are woefully off-point to ignore the effects of persistent contrails (a/k/a chemtrails) on our environment and our health.

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21 Youths File Landmark Climate Lawsuit Against Federal Government

Posted by on August 14, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 0 Comments
21 Youths File Landmark Climate Lawsuit Against Federal Government

The complaint asserts that, in causing climate change, the federal government has violated the youngest generation’s constitutional rights to life, liberty, property and has failed to protect essential public trust resources.

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CLN RADIO: Geoengineering – The Reality We Face and What We Can Do About It

CLN RADIO: Geoengineering – The Reality We Face and What We Can Do About It

Alexis speaks with George Barnes, director of the award winning film Look Up about action steps we can take to address the issue of geo/climate engineering It was February of 2014 when Alexis first sat down with commercial photographer and film maker George Barnes to discuss the issue of geo-engineering and its potentially grave impact on billions […]

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Coral Reefs Could Be a Thing of the Past Due to Warming Seas

Posted by on July 12, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Coral Reefs Could Be a Thing of the Past Due to Warming Seas

Abnormally warm ocean temperatures are creating conditions that threaten to kill coral in the equatorial Pacific, north Pacific and western Atlantic oceans, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said on Monday.

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Earth Awaits ‘Mini Ice Age’ in 15 years, Solar Cycle Study Suggests

Posted by on July 12, 2015 in Climate Change, Earth & Space, Environment with 0 Comments
Earth Awaits ‘Mini Ice Age’ in 15 years, Solar Cycle Study Suggests

Our planet is just 15 years from a new ‘mini ice age’ that could cause extremely cold winters characterized by the freezing of normally ice-free rivers as well as by year-round snow fields in areas that have never witnessed such climate conditions before, a group of astrophysicists claim. The scientists could draw such a conclusion based on a new model of the sun’s activity that reportedly enables the researchers to make “extremely accurate predictions” of changes in solar activity.

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Dutch Citizens Sued Their Government For Not Taking Action Against Climate Change And Won

Posted by on June 29, 2015 in Climate Change, Environment with 0 Comments
Dutch Citizens Sued Their Government For Not Taking Action Against Climate Change And Won

After years of disappointment in their government’s environmental policies, 886 Dutch citizens, following the lead of the sustainability foundation Urgenda, took their government to court in order to demand a better treatment of the environment and to lower carbon emissions.

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