Four questions answered on the US leaving the Paris Climate Agreement

November 18, 2019 by  
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One question — what does the U.S. exit mean for curbing climate change?

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Everybody hates wasting food — so why do we do it, and how can we stop?

November 26, 2015 by  
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When it comes to reducing consumer food waste, guilt doesn’t cut it. Here’s what does.

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Video: The Power Of Plastics Recycling

August 25, 2015 by  
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Two-thirds of plastics recycling in the U.S. comes from common household and commercial items like bottles, shopping bags, and food containers. What accounts for the rest? And what does all that plastic become when it’s recycled? Learn more about…

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Google Street View Hack Shows Your Neighborhood on Climate Change (and it Isn’t Pretty)

May 8, 2014 by  
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Climate change is the most urgent issue of our time, but because it’s happening gradually, it’s difficult to understand how it relates to our lives and future. A new project called World Under Water aims to overcome this mental barrier by using a modified version of Google Street View to show what the world will look like if sea levels continue to rise as climate scientists predict. The result is a shocking wake up call that shows everything we have to lose if we fail to embrace a clean energy economy. Keep reading to learn more about what your neighborhood looks like on climate change, and what you can do about it. Read the rest of Google Street View Hack Shows Your Neighborhood on Climate Change (and it Isn’t Pretty) Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cities on climate change , Climate Change in Your Neighborhood , Google Street View , how does climate change affect me , rising sea levels , Water World , what does climate change look like , World Under Water

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Sorting Out Settled Climate Science From Remaining Uncertainties

October 31, 2011 by  
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Much ado is made about the phrase “the science is settled,” but to what does the phrase refer?  There are certainly a number of climate issues for which the scientific evidence is so conclusive and robust, they can reasonably be called “settled.” 

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Which Animal Best Represents Canada? (Survey)

October 31, 2011 by  
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Some want to replace the beaver with a polar bear. I think a dead fish might be a better choice.

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Ottawa River Ice Blasting Is Dynamite (Video)

February 26, 2011 by  
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This is one of those gather ’round, you-gotta-see-this videos. Blasts of dynamite are being used to clear ice jams on the Rideau River in Ottawa, Ontario. Extreme stuff.

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Visiting The Maison De Verre In Paris

February 26, 2011 by  
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Image credit Todd Eberle After a visit to the Maison De Verre in Paris, I called it a green model for our times, being an urban, live/work, healthy redevelopment that was a demonstration of industrial materials and technologies. But it is also one of the most important and beautiful houses of the 20th century

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