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The intersection of Race & the Environment: the Asian Pacific Environmental Network in the San Francisco Bay Area by Barnard Blogger Pearl Karliner-Li

From my experience, many individuals dismiss environmental climate change as a leading and urgent issue, not because they don’t believe it to be true or important, but because they believe there are more urgent issues at hand, for example, the fact that there are 45 million people “stuck below the poverty line” in the US

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The Land of the Rising Blossoms: Detecting Climate Change through the Growth Rate of Cherry Blossoms by Barnard Blogger Erin Machida-Kwok

In Japan, cherry blossoms (or sakura in Japanese) are the epitome of spring. Hanami is known as the long standing tradition of welcoming spring1 as well as the annual appreciation of the fleeting beauty of nature. People congregate to enjoy festivities under the breath taking panorama of blooming flowers. Japanese citizens as well as tourists

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Sea Level Rise threatens Bangledeshs’ Existence by CityTech blogger Arman Sarowar

Bangladesh, a small third world country located east-south Asia has: a population of 164 million people in a total land area of 50,300 square miles, which means that it is roughly about 3,200 people per square mile. To get a better picture of how big the entire size of Bangladesh is, picture the size of

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Applauding India for Taking Action by CityTech Blogger Richard Gonzalez

An article I found that was written about a year ago was very interesting but not surprising. The article appears on the EIA (Environmental investigation Agency) website and the title is “Climate; India acts on HFC-23 as Talks Enter Critical Phase.” The interesting part is that it has been known for years that HFC-23, a by-product in the

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Solar & Renewable Energy forges ahead in India by City Tech Blogger Branden Harris

India is moving swiftly in the direction of a greener future and is on track to exceed expectations towards achieving their goals on renewable energy. According to a Climate Central article, India is the world’s third largest carbon polluter and the country has pledged to dramatically increase its renewable energy capacity and limit catastrophic temperature

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