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The Reason & Possible Solution of Hong Kong’s Temperature Change by City-Tech Blogger Lok Ting Wong

Hong Kong’s climate change is getting worse every year. The most important thing that we feel in our daily life is temperature change. What is temperature change? It means the temperature keeps going up and getting warmer every year and is mostly  caused by greenhouse gas. This problem will not only affect the city of

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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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Adapting to Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Gerald Pasco

There are many different solutions that we as a society can do to help prevent climate change. When I think about ways to prevent climate change I think about the switch to renewable energy instead of relying on fossil fuels. The burning of fossil fuels and greenhouse gases play a huge role in climate change.

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Forest Resiliency Down Due to Climate Changes by City Tech Blogger Frantzy Dor

Post fire tree regeneration and resiliency has been affected by climate change as reported by Science Daily. Researchers have analyzed 1,500 forest regions in five states over the past three decades and have concluded that post fire tree regeneration (a key indicator of forest resiliency), has declined significantly. Due to ongoing climate change in the

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El Niño and Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Sergio Carrillo

It’s heart breaking when the occurrence of a natural disaster event leads you to understand the looming danger of nature. As hurricane Harvey down on the Texas coast, few people understood that Mother Nature needs to be treated with respect always. Because of atmospheric emissions from human activity, the ocean waters from which Harvey drew

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