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Our Take: COP23 and the Urgency for Climate Change by ClimateYou Senior Editor George Ropes

The COP23 Conference in Bonn is mid-way through its second week. Things are going well. Major issues have been (1) the pace of change — small countries complain that big ones aren’t moving fast enough to cut their carbon emissions, and (2) the cost of change — poor countries want rich ones to shoulder more

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Our Take: Politicians Stop Short of Full Climate Change Agenda by ClimateYou Senior Editor George Ropes

Jerry Brown, the Governor of California and a climate activist, was nevertheless booed at the COP23 Conference in Bonn last week for not going further, faster, then he already has to reduce the carbon emissions that cause climate change. Bill McKibben penned an article in The New Yorker about a disgruntled audience booing Brown who was seen

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Rising Seas Are Flooding Virginia’s Naval Base, and There’s No Plan to Fix It! by CityTech blogger Shameeka Reed

Is there really no plan? How is there no plan? I thought this was America! I thought America takes pride in all their military forces. But one of their biggest naval bases is in danger of being submerged completely due to sea level rise which is caused by global warming and climate change. It’s amazing

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Our Take: Ruffle those feathers and Gore the Oxes at COP 23 by Senior Editor George Ropes

Can the COP23 Conference, starting next week in Bonn, be a worthy successor to COP21, which produced the Paris Agreement? The Paris conference succeeded in getting near-unanimous support for setting global climate targets. A report on NBC news by Daniel Arkin, says the United Nations is taking an urgent stand on the increasingly high levels

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El Nino and Famine in Africa: Is Media Just? by CityTech blogger Viki Bailey

Slider Photo Credit: ABC News Featured Photo Credit: blog.frontiergap.com When I see a picture like the one in this blog, I see someone lionizing their image by posing next to a famine country. Many countries in East Africa like Ethiopia are battling crippling drought caused by record El Nino disturbances. However, the picture says to

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