Monthly Archives: November 2013

Short Video on Climate Change Reality

Climate Change: the State of the Science A new data visualization released on the first day of the plenary negotiations at the UNFCCC’s climate negotiations (COP-19) in Warsaw articulates climate risks and the challenge of remaining below 2 degrees. Produced … Continue reading

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Glorious Wichita–A Renaissance of Sorts?

This morning, as I often do on Mondays, I have read the latest post from Barry’s Blog.  In it, Barry provides news and advice for the Arts Administrator.  Barry’s Blog is a service of the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) … Continue reading

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Why We Don’t Care About Saving Our Grandchildren From Climate Change

Originally posted on Science & Space:
You want to know what the biggest obstacle to dealing with climate change is? Simple: time. It will take decades before the carbon dioxide we emit now begins to have its full effect on…

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LAST HOURS for Humanity? Courtesy of Tom Weis and via Facebook Friend Robert Castellino Tom Weis |October 8, 2013 4:40 pm | Comments 1541 3Share0 63 1765 Tom Weis tweis“Consider this: nearly all life on Earth could go extinct because … Continue reading

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