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Time to Sell Your Beachfront Property? by Senior Editor and Contributor George Ropes

An article by Peter Hess a few days ago on inverse.com shows the alarming rate of sea level rise revealed by 25 Years of Satellite Data. Scientists using satellites and carefully correcting for such atmospheric anomalies as the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, various calibration errors, and the fact that the sea floor is sinking, have determined that

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Ocean Plagued by Climate Change also by Plastic Waste by City Tech Blogger Frank Trapani

The United Nations (U.N.) recently signed a document to stop plastic wastes in the ocean. The UN environment ministers will be meeting in Kenya to discuss more about this serious issue. However, the document is not something that is going to effect change immediately and for that reason many are upset about it. But the

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St. Louis is Drowning by ClimateYou Assistant Editor Idiatu Jalloh

St. Louis is an archipelago city off the coast of Senegal. It was once the capital of the West African nation when Senegal was a French Colony. The city, often referred to as the Venice of Africa, is famous for being a UNESCO world heritage site. Along with this, it is currently known to travelers

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The Effects of CO2, in Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Sergio Carrillo

When discussing the topic of climate change, it is essential to begin with a brief definition of climate change to know exactly what it is; globalissues.org defines climate change as “an increase in average global temperatures caused by the increase in greenhouse gasses such as Carbon Dioxide, or CO2”. This process, of course, is global

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Cape Cod in 30 Years: The Arm of Massachusetts will cease to exist by Barnard Blogger Kate Barrett

Throughout my entire life, nature has been a huge part of the environment that I live in. I grew up in a small town on Cape Cod, living no more than ten minutes from the beach. My father works as a fisherman in the summers, and spends his winters working on research trips with crews

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