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Climate Change possible cause of massive puffins dying by City-Tech blogger Isaac Montiel

Climate change could be the main cause of seabirds dying of starvation. Per the article “Hundreds of Dead Puffins Are Mysteriously Washing Ashore In Alaska” on Huffington Post, hundreds of puffins have showed up dead on the shores of the Alaskan island of St. Paul. Scientists and local biologists worry that the numerous deaths could be related to

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Climate Change Refugees by City Tech blogger Hussein Hamza

Climate change has already started changing life on our planet. Without acting fast and united, the impact of climate change threatens to be severely damaging. But still have the time to act and limit the damage. Have you ever heard of the term “Climate Refugees”? (!!) I am a war refugee and I thought most

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Coastal Cities Get Ready for Climate Change Effects

Cities across the globe are bracing for the intense effects of climate change in the near future, especially coastal cities like New York City and Rio de Janeiro. Getting everyone on the same page is challenging but this week, a special webinar workshop joined New York City researchers and agencies with their counterparts 4,000 miles

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Global Warming and Caribbean Power Companies by Nigel Franklyn

Global warming is exactly as the name says, Global. The Caribbean power companies especially contribute to this by using large amounts of fossil fuels to produce their electricity. Even so, their emissions on the global scale cannot rival those of the industrialized countries. In 2002 there was a report by The Caribbean Planning for Adaptation

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“Coral reefs in danger ” by Nigel Franklyn. City Tech Blogger

A hurricane that happened in 2005 brought attention to the effects of global warming on the coral reefs in the Caribbean. The rising temperatures are causing the bleaching of the reefs; because they are losing their symbiotic algae, this causes them to lose their color, which weakens them. This can have a direct effect on

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