Can we save the planet from its current projection of 4.1 degrees centigrade by 2100? You bet. This interactive simulator lets you tinker with all the possible solutions that are available today. Experiment! (Look for the big blue button on the right for the SIMULATOR, which is often updated.)
A candidate for U.S. Senate in Colorado has posted an ad that offers an apocalyptic version of climate change. This is the first election cycle where climate change is thrust forward as a primary issue. Hopefully, this election strategy will spread to other campaigns. Four minutes long.
Love your tea? Don’t use a teabag. The teabag used today is a paper product infused with plastic to keep it from disintegrating. What could take away the joy of a cup of tea more than seven million bits of micro-plastic? Yum.
The counting of micro-plastics in the world’s oceans is off by a magnitude of 5x to 7x. New research using a bucket instead of a net to collect samples sends the count exponentially skyward.
You can read the primary document or just the summary at the beginning: Link.
A university faculty member was about to toss out a large pile of dated journals that no one appeared interested in keeping. One man did, scooping up the lot. One article from 1966 predicted climate change from the burning of coal and its effects on the globe.
They knew and did nothing but fight expected regulations.
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