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CLIMATE CHANGE, A BIG DEAL?

When I was a kid I enjoyed listening to the sound of train whistles. As they approached our small midwestern town, those smoke belching monsters would unleash a chorus of ear splitting blasts that would cascade into a mournful crescendo heard for miles, then fade away as they headed out into the distance. 3,368 more words

Carsick, Airsick, Elevator-sick

My ayir, my second mother, got elevator-sick when she first came to Beijing. She had never ridden an elevator before, and suddenly everyday she was in an elevator to travel up those 30+ floor skyscrapers. 302 more words

Random 随笔

Baby Boomers, GenZ and millennials all in our culture together

The Editor
The Sunday Star Times
Auckland
13 July, 2019

Danielle McLaughlin (7 July, US Freedom) like so many others makes the mistake of describing climate change denial as a generational characteristic (“ruling class of baby boomers”). 153 more words

Letters

5 Tips on How to Prevent Climate Change

(Via www.cocoalife.org)

Climate change. It’s all over the news and social media, people who are trying to prevent it and make a change. You have probably seen the accounts on instagram that are making and selling jewellery to help prevent climate change, or the websites that are planting a tree for each time their website is opened, but what can… 741 more words

Last Chance

CLIMATE CHANGE, IF WE CONTINUE TO IGNORE IT, WILL LEAD TO OUR EXTINCTION.

Did anybody miss that? Let me say it again.

CLIMATE CHANGE, IF WE CONTINUE TO IGNORE IT, WILL LEAD TO OUR EXTINCTION. 646 more words

Environment

jilldennison reblogged this on Filosofa's Word and commented:

And speaking of climate change, and those who would deny its existence for the sake of their profit and convenience, fellow-blogger justdrivewillyou has written an excellent, hard-hitting post about the topic that I wish I could send to all those who simply shrug their shoulders at the topic. Thank you, justdrive, for an excellent post and your kind permission to re-blog!

Shifting to a Sustainable Future (Professor Steven Chu)

A lecture at MIT, in 2018, as the Hoyt C Hottel Lecture in Chemical Engineering.

Climate Change