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OUR TAKE: Climate Deniers show their colors in Australia

An opinion piece recently ran in the Guardian by Gerry Hueston, chairperson of the Climate Council and former BP Australasia president. Mr. Hueston said debates over climate policy in the last ten years have “taken U-turns, a lack of bipartisanship, short-term populism, denial and misinformation, not to mention the scoring of political points rather than

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OUR TAKE: Playing Both Sides of the Fossil Fuel Fence

A new report of how G20 Governments are pouring more funds into fossil fuels has just appeared on the Oil Change International site.  Oil Change International is a research, communication, and advocacy organization that exposes the true costs of fossil fuels and seeks to facilitate future transitions towards clean energy. Science has overwhelmingly shown that preventing

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Catastrophe Risk Pools Protect Against Natural Disasters by Mariano Huaman, City-Tech BLogger

In the last few years, many countries in the Caribbean have experienced abnormal climate conditions which have caused drought. These conditions could continue this year. Drought affects the economy in many countries that depend on agriculture for their income. People in those countries have called on the government to focus on the impact of drought

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EARTH DAY’S MARCH FOR SCIENCE April 22, 2017

The March for Science is happening this coming Saturday, April 22, (EARTH DAY) on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.  Global organizing started in January and on Saturday, over 400 satellite marches are planned worldwide. Information about the march is here, and http://bit.ly/2nZjyGc  http://bit.ly/2ncAFHz . Click here to find a march in your area. In New York City the march starts at 10:30

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Humans Are Changing Climate Faster Than Natural Forces by CityTech Blogger Keng Wai Lam

Quotes from the article: According to the author Melissa Davey, “researchers have developed a mathematical equation to describe the impact of human activity on the Earth, finding people are causing the climate to change 170 times faster than natural forces”: “The equation was developed in conjunction with Professor Will Steffen, a climate change expert and

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