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Are chemists, engineers on the green jobs list?

Looking for a “green job?”  Check out this article to see which jobs didn’t make the list.

 
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To our new subscribers

Published on December 8, 2008 by in Admin

Welcome to ClimateYou! 

Feel free to introduce yourself and tell us about how you found our site and why you are here.  

The more everyone communicates, the more everyone will learn.  

Also, be sure to check out the latest posts.

 
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Back to reality

The Bush administration’s war on science is coming to an end, but can the Obama administration undo all the damage?

 
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News coverage of climate entering “trance”?

Published on December 8, 2008 by in Admin

If it’s really true that media coverage of climate change has plateaued — or is declining — who or what is to blame for this “trance?” Speculation suggests the culprits may include the global economic meltdown, falling oil prices, and disaster fatigue. Whether the reduced coverage is actual or perceived, governments may interpret it as reduced public pressure to devise and implement strong environmental policies.

ClimateYou does its part by disseminating articles on all aspects of climate change as widely as possible.

 
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The Life of an Antarctic Archipelago

Biological life near Antarctica is apparently flourishing, a study of biodiversity recently reported in the NY Times. Not only did scientists find greater biodiversity than they expected, they also determined that, in contrast to other regions, biodiversity had changed little in recent centuries. This finding provides a baseline for studying the changes in resident species caused by climate change. Scientists predict that with a two degree Celcius rise in Antarctic temperatures, most species of penguins living in the Orkneys would be, like the polar bears of the Artic, in danger of extinction.

 
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