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Icy Interim

While there was no This Week in Ice post this past week, plenty happened in ice news. Every day, I get up early and pore through headlines about sea ice, glaciers, ice shelves, the Arctic, Antarctica, and icebergs via Google and Twitter. 328 more words


Water resilience in the city

North Carolina has many water-related problems. To mention some: Droughts, pollution of streams and lakes, quantity and quality of drinking water. Additionally, the cities and communities in the state are particularly vulnerable to severe flooding, an increasing problem due to climate change effects. 590 more words

Land Use And Environmental Planning

The No-Snow Snow

What does a ski resort do when there’s no snow during ski season? They make snow.

The climate activist in me only sees the ultimate irony in this situation. 1,045 more words

Plastic Free

Are We Doomed? - Climate Change

Climate change is a topic our generation specifically has been hearing a lot of within these recent years – although it is not necessarily a recent occurrence. 868 more words


Building his legacy of hate, Peter Gleick mocks the death of John Coleman

Building his legacy of hate, Peter Gleick mocks the death of John Coleman


Paraphrasing Forrest Gump, “Sometimes, I guess there’s just not enough adjectives to describe Peter Gleick… 991 more words


Our once and future oceans

Earth is the only planet in our Solar System with high concentrations of gaseous diatomic oxygen. Simultaneously, this unique feature of Earth’s atmosphere has allowed the presence of an ozone layer that absorbed UV radiations. 650 more words

Ben Santer Protests Canadian Climate Budget Cut

Ben Santer Protests Canadian Climate Budget Cut


Guest essay by Eric Worrall

According to climate scientist Ben Santer, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has so far not renewed “The only dedicated program funding climate and atmospheric research in Canada”. 302 more words