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Our Take: Making Climate Science Less Boring & More Emotional

This opinion piece out of Australia, is all about communication. The scientists have been hammering their message that climate change is real, it’s a clear and present danger, and, yes, we’ve caused most of it ourselves by burning fossil fuels in our cars, factories, and power plants. However, the scientists’ facts, figures, graphs, and consensus

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Greener more, icy less by City-tech Blogger Dave

When you think of Antarctica you usually think of a frozen wasteland with ice and snow covering everything. A new study shows that might not always be the truth in the future as the earth’s temperatures rise. Based on a study from the University of Exeter they found that the changes to the ecology of

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THANK YOU CITY-TECH BLOGGERS!!

We here at ClimateYou would like to thank all of you in Professor Reginald Blake’s 2017 spring science class for contributing to our blog. You have successfully raised the bar on understanding and sharing what you know about climate change in a very significant way. All of you wrote great posts. From February, 2017 to

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Hurricanes & Climate Change by City-Tech Blogger Henry Ovalle

I was very interested to learn how hurricanes are formed. Some of the requirements are: the ocean water temperature needs to be a least 80 degrees Fahrenheit, the air must be warm, humid and unstable. Further research showed me that warmer ocean temperatures are being caused by climate change. http://hum-24.blogspot.com/2012/10/new-york-sandy-hurricane.html According to a New York

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Time Lapse Photos help us see Climate Change Impact by Mariano Huaman, City-Tech Blogger

There are still some people that do not believe in climate change. A climate change example is the melted glaciers in different parts of the world such as Greenland and Antarctica. The melting glaciers can be considered as a symbol related to global warming. Many scientists are trying to show to the people that climate

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