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Food & Climate Change: Bedford2020 Food Expo by Abby Luby

The food movement against Big Ag is always bolstered by bringing together a wide spectrum of people believing in the sustainability power of local food. The Bedford2020 Food Forum last Saturday (March 4, 2017) at Fox Lane High School in Bedford saw a large community advocating for area farmers, their food and local entrepreneurs. The

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The Earth is Just Like its Climate by City Tech blogger Armin Salazar

I read the article “In the Indian Ocean, Fragments of a Continent Where There Should Not Be”. It’s surprising but not unexpected that we are still learning about the Earth every day. The island of Mauritius, where scientists recently found fragments of a broken-up supercontinent. BENEDICTE KURZEN FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES As the article talks

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Teatown’s Eagle Fest & Climate Change

This Climate Change Eagle made had an indelible presence at Teatown’s Hudson River Eaglefest on February 11, 2017 at Croton Point Park in Croton, New York. About 3500 people came to celebrate and catch sight of bald Eagles along the Hudson River. As they exited they were invited to sign their names to a bald

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Climate & Health Meeting is ON

When the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) suddenly cancelled a major conference on climate change and health last month, ostensibly for budgetary reasons, several universities and Al Gore’s The Climate Reality Project jumped in to fund and reconstitute the conference as a 1-day event to be held on Thursday February 16, 2017 at The Carter Center

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Antarctica Break Up

When CNN recently reported that a sheet of ice the size of the state of Delaware was about to break away from Antarctica, it started a wave speculation as to its cause and probably impacts. This particular ice shelf known as Larsen C, whose thickness averages 350 meters, is now distinguished by a 90-mile crack running

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