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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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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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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


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


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


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