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A report from the Yucatan Times. Tons of sargassum infest the northern coast of Yucatan, on a 100-kilometer stretch between the ports of Sisal and Telchac.

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Conservation

A report by Sarah Gibbens for National Geographic. Without intervention, the gray slug that carries a bright shell could disappear from some regions. WHEN YOU’RE A conch, mating is better in a group.

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Conservation

U.S. Coastal Climates: Why do they Differ?

Ever wondered why different areas in the United States
experience different climate patterns? For instance, California’s Mediterranean-like
weather (typically warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters) compared to North… 802 more words

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Climate Change Denial Is The Moral Choice That Defines Trump's GOP

Sometimes blindness is an act of will — and a revelation of character. So it is with those who deny the terrifying reality of climate change. 31 more words

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'We need to respond to this crisis': Vancouver councillors unanimously approve motion declaring climate emergency

Vancouver city councillors have voted to join cities such as Los Angeles and London in declaring a climate emergency.

The city clerk’s office says in a social media post that councillors voted unanimously to approve the motion. 190 more words

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Responding to Climate Justice Part Two

This post is a follow up from my previous post*.

In my last blog post I discussed Mary Robinson’s book Climate Justice and looked in particular at Sharon Hanshaw’s personal climate change story. 655 more words

Sustainability

Nikolov & Zeller: Reply to Dr Roy Spencer's blog article.

Confusing Diabatic and Adiabatic Processes within the Climate Theory:

A Reply to Dr. Roy Spencer’s Blog Article “Giving Credit to Willis Eschenbach

Ned Nikolov, Ph.D. 2,260 more words

Solar System Dynamics