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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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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 Change Has Aleady Harmed Almost Half of All Mammals by City-Tech Blogger Dave

The article I found this week is about how climate change affects endangered animal species. The effect of climate change on endangered species of animals has been underestimated. A study has found that climate change has a bad effect on mammals and birds on the endangered species list. Nearly 700 species of animals on the

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Student Divest Protests

Just a few days ago nation-wide walk-outs and protests on several campuses in the U.S. saw thousands of college students protesting the climate denial agenda of the new White House administration. The students are part of the Divestment Student Network (DSN) which partners with 350.org, an international environmental organization that has pledged to continue  resistance against

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We’ve Come a Long Way by City-Tech Blogger Thanbir Ahmed Miah

A lot of scientists has been studying about weather and atmospheric sciences throughout human history. Ancient people were always amazed by the night sky and its beautiful stars. Ancient people studied sky and atmosphere to predict weather and used that information to guide them how to plant and cultivate food. Good weather can help ancient people to grow crops and live a happy life for a long

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