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The Effects of CO2, in Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Sergio Carrillo

When discussing the topic of climate change, it is essential to begin with a brief definition of climate change to know exactly what it is; globalissues.org defines climate change as “an increase in average global temperatures caused by the increase in greenhouse gasses such as Carbon Dioxide, or CO2”. This process, of course, is global

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The Case for Carbon Capture and Storage Technology by ClimateYou Assistant Editor Idiatu Jalloh

It is widely agreed by experts, advocates, and governments that increased carbon emissions are making the earth warmer. Often the solution that is suggested by scientists and government officials throughout the world is the reduction of carbon emissions by being proactive in reducing our individual and national carbon output. However, while this is good and

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The Place I Know the Best: CAFOs by Barnard Blogger Sage Max

The place I know the best is not a place I have never visited. This place, however, exists in almost every US state. It is not only affected by climate change, but causes climate change to a greater degree than the entire transportation sector combined. Ultimately, it is a place the government does not want

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Our Take: Free 2-day Shipping & Climate Change by ClimateYou Senior Editor George Ropes

What does free 2-day shipping have to do with climate change? Quite a lot, actually. It’s inefficient, resulting in more partial-load delivery trucks on the road spewing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing traffic congestion. In Laura Paddison’s report on Huffington Post, she points to a multi-year study by the University of Delaware, that looked at how

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Climate Change, Scarcity, War: Where We are Going? by CityTech blogger Rabea Begum

Image Credit: Adapted from (Kelley, S, Cane, Seager, & Kushnir, 2014) Climate Change a ‘Contributing Factor’ in Syrian Conflict by  Brian Kahn This article on ClimateCentral is focusing on how climate change is the beginning of conflict in Syria, specifically basing ideas off a new report on the subject. Here, we can see that drought

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