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Thank You City Tech Bloggers!

We here at ClimateYou want to thank all the City Tech Bloggers from Dr. Reginald Blake’s “Physics of Natural Disasters” classes, that have participated in blogging about climate change and global warming since September. Your voice embellished our ClimateYou voices and we were able to share your views and thoughts with the growing population concerned

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Thank You Barnard Bloggers!

We here at ClimateYou want to thank all 29 Barnard students who contributed to ClimateYou.org over the last few months. We were thrilled with the variety of climate change issues you chose to write about and how wonderfully you expressed your very personal concerns for the planet’s future. Special thanks to your professor, Dr. Christian

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Learning to Design Buildings for Climate Change by CityTech Blogger Yocelyne Portillo

As a student majoring in Architectural Technology, climate change can influence and relate to my academic major in many ways. Architecture not only focuses on creating a well functioning and aesthetically pleasing building design, but it also must be safe and economical. It is important to design and construct energy-efficient buildings that could help reduce

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Great Idea: Manual boarding vs Automatic boarding by CityTech blogger Viki Bailey

We need to learn how to build disaster-resistant communities to lessen the human fatalities and economic losses resulting from natural disasters. The first thing people who expect to be in harm’s way is to board up their homes. They do this to protect their property from being destroyed by hurricanes and tornadoes, floods.  An idea

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Greener more, icy less by City-tech Blogger Dave

When you think of Antarctica you usually think of a frozen wasteland with ice and snow covering everything. A new study shows that might not always be the truth in the future as the earth’s temperatures rise. Based on a study from the University of Exeter they found that the changes to the ecology of

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