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A Cultural History of Climate

I am reading A Cultural History of Climate, by Wolfgang Behringer, after spotting it as one the reference used by Andy May is his… 223 more words


West Coast style weather strikes Northeastern US

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – West Coast style weather is striking the Northeastern U.S.

Heat and drought-like conditions are posing serious concerns for farmers and prompting water use restrictions and bans in some towns. 96 more words


Surrounded by wildlife in Hope Ness

I noted with more than passing interest the news that black bear have been making appearances and causing problems in the Shallow Lake area, brazenly killing and eating chickens close to homes, and breaking into wooden garbage containers at Sauble Beach. 884 more words

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Why Zarephath?(Geography-Theology Part Deux!)

Photo by maidoR on Morgue File.

Ah, geography-theology, you’ve got to love it! In our last post, we discussed the pericope of Jesus taking his disciples up to Caesarea-Philippi and broaching the subject of his Messianic identity and mission. 943 more words



Hippo-Sized Drought

A protracted drought in southwestern Africa has not only left more than a half-million humans in urgent need of food aid, but it has also affected thousands of endangered animals. 53 more words


Student Created Video: How to Conduct a Home Water Audit

Students participating in the 2016 Desert EYE for Leaders program were encouraged to do projects related to water and drought. Drought is a big concern and challenge in California’s water management efforts. 103 more words


From the Arctic to Africa to the Amazon, More Troubling Signs of Earth Carbon Store Instability

The time for debate is over. The time for rapid response is now. The Earth System just can’t take our fossil-fueled insults to her any longer. 1,387 more words

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