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Students for a Sustainable Stanford hold panel on agriculture and climate change

Last week the Stanford Daily, the newspaper for Stanford University in California, a story by staff writer Zachary Birnholz reported on the Students for a Sustainable Stanford (SSS) and the Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences. A panel discussion entitled “Crops and Carbon: Agriculture and Climate Change Demystified,” was sponsored by the Climate and

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Looking back to January Blizzard

Blizzard of 2015 Leaves Up to 3 feet of Snow in New England Over 50 locations across five states, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine and New York — got 30-plus inches of snow. Ten-foot drifts were at Southwest Harbor, Massachusetts, and winds gusted to 78 mph in Nantucket, while Marshfield, also in Massachusetts, experienced the blizzard for

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NYC Projected Flood Zones in NPCC2 report

Potential areas that could be impacted by the 100-year flood in the 2020s, 2050s, 2080s, and 2100 based on projections of the high-estimate 90th percentile NPCC2 sea level rise scenario. Map developed using the static approach. Note: This map is subject to limitations in accuracy as a result of the quantitative models, data sets, and

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New York City Panel on Climate Change 2015 Report

The New York City Panel on Climate Change 2015 just released its latest report. The reporttracks climate change trends in the NY metropolitan region.  it offers an overview that “annual temperatures are hotter, heavy downpours are increasingly frequent, and the sea is rising.” These indications mirror global climate change trends, all of which are expected to worsen because

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Snowfall & Climate Change

Those living in the Northeast U.S. have recently been hit with some of the severest snow storms in recent meteorological history. In Boston last month, winter storm Juno dropped nearly 6 feet of snow in two weeks and was reported as the biggest snow fall since after the Civil War. Although this season’s heavy snows

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