HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Some 37,000 Hawaii homes could be underwater by 2100 if global sea levels rise by six feet, as expected if the world doesn’t make drastic changes to lower carb… 229 more words
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A look at what planners might have to offer …
Tuesday, May 31, 2016 9:00 AM
Dev Niyogi, Purdue University professor of agronomy and earth, atmospheric and planetary science and Indiana’s state climatologist, says it’s possible to design cities to reduce the effects of climate change. 725 more words
As we see more and more extreme weather events, how will planning plan a role in the response and mitigation? Here is a look at Houston, an American City notorious for little to no land use regulations. 344 more words
Planning for the Ocean is not only smart, but a necessity. In South FL, you can never forget how dependent we are on the Ocean. We are as connected to the sea as anything; from the seafood we eat, to the cargo ships we watch sail into port as we lay next to the water. 207 more words
I don’t usually post the entire article, but this is a great read from The Guardian (May 5, 2016).
Climate change is real and now! 823 more words
Trying to decide if I want to go that next step and get my PhD.
Came across an interesting degree, if anyone is looking.