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Glasgow welcomes the Commonwealth

Representatives of the 71 nations and territories of the Commonwealth have been arriving in Glasgow by air, sea, road and rail to compete in the games. 29 more words

Photography

The Human Face of Climate Change

Climate change continues to be one of the most controversial global issues of our time, with debates ranging from the best ways to respond to the challenges of climate change, especially for those who are most vulnerable to its effects, to whether it is even happening at all and who is responsible. 2,277 more words

Religion

On False Equivalence

The Guardian recently ran a couple of really bad climate pieces.  The first has a headline guaranteed to draw eyes, “Miami, the great world city, is drowning while the powers that be look away… 788 more words

Science

Saturday, July 12th, 2014

♥Happy 77th Birthday, Bill Cosby!!!♥
On this day in 1962, The Rolling Stones performed their first concert in London.
Happy Independence Day, Kiribati! 44 more words

No Moment Like The Present

Week One - Oceania

There have been many things that have remained an utter mystery to me throughout my life: why I have the head circumference of a 10 month old baby; puffins; why I constantly fall out of bed at night, but non more so than the art of cooking.   556 more words

The Countries That Climate Change will Bury Underwater

We’re all familiar with the horrific scenes from the movie “2012″, a doomsday film where the tides rise higher than the tallest buildings – engulfing entire populations. 1,236 more words

Louie Encabo

Ozone protected, acid rain stopped, but will climate change get its own solution?

A scientist friend posted a link to a new paper in Physics Today (“The Antarctic ozone hole: An update“) about the history of ozone depletion. 663 more words

Policy