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Thank You City Tech Bloggers!

We here at ClimateYou want to thank all the City Tech Bloggers from Dr. Reginald Blake’s “Physics of Natural Disasters” classes, that have participated in blogging about climate change and global warming since September. Your voice embellished our ClimateYou voices and we were able to share your views and thoughts with the growing population concerned

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Thank You Barnard Bloggers!

We here at ClimateYou want to thank all 29 Barnard students who contributed to ClimateYou.org over the last few months. We were thrilled with the variety of climate change issues you chose to write about and how wonderfully you expressed your very personal concerns for the planet’s future. Special thanks to your professor, Dr. Christian

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El Niño and Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Sergio Carrillo

It’s heart breaking when the occurrence of a natural disaster event leads you to understand the looming danger of nature. As hurricane Harvey down on the Texas coast, few people understood that Mother Nature needs to be treated with respect always. Because of atmospheric emissions from human activity, the ocean waters from which Harvey drew

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A Plea to Washington D.C.: Fund Training for Green Jobs for the Unemployed by City Tech Blogger Danielle Telemaque

  Climate change will bring major flooding to New York every five (5) years, global warming caused by the release of carbon-dioxide into the atmosphere will cause ocean sea levels to rise as well as increase storm frequency and intensity as stated by a study conducted by A. Garner et. al for the Proceedings of

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Children, Future of a Country, Whole World, Should Not Let the Disaster Spoil Our Golden Future by City Tech Blogger Rabea Begum

When we were more focusing on Texas and Louisiana, another water-motivated disaster happened in villages like Natore throughout Bangladesh and some portions of Nepal and India. According to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) there are 1,200 people who died and more than 41 million people have been harmed for

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