Climate change

Carbon Levels in the Atmosphere Hit Feared Milestone

May 10, 2013

Alarming news on the climate change front this Friday. Scientific measurements show that the heat-trapping gas has now reached an average daily level above 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in three million years. This raises the prospects of drastic climatic shifts and higher sea levels. Related Posts:Chasing Ice Opens in the […]

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Chasing Ice Opens in the UK

December 14, 2012

The award-winning environmental film directed by James Balog opens today in the UK. Balog was sceptic about climate change but through his Extreme Ice Survey for National Geographic, he changes his mind in the face of undeniable evidence. Related Posts:Carbon Levels in the Atmosphere Hit Feared MilestoneMoving Planet Invites the World to Take Climate ActionGetting […]

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Moving Planet Invites the World to Take Climate Action

September 21, 2011

This coming Saturday (24) people all over the world will be expressing their concern with climate change by engaging in all sorts of different activities such as marching, biking and skating, or anything else that gets them moving. Related Posts:Jeremy Rifkin On Climate Change and Alternative EnergyCarbon Levels in the Atmosphere Hit Feared MilestoneBerlin: More […]

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Getting Real About Climate Change

September 12, 2011

The Climate Reality Project (CRP), Al Gore’s follow up on his Inconvenient Truth film, is promoting a day of action between Wednesday (14) and Thursday (15). Related Posts:Two Years After Fukushima, Nuclear Power Haunts JapanThe Nuclear Threat Still Haunts JapanActivists Kickstart Fundraising Campaign to Create Post-Fukushima PublicationFukushima Radiation Affecting U.S. TunaFukushima, from Nuclear Power to […]

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Jeremy Rifkin On Climate Change and Alternative Energy

July 19, 2011

Jeremy Rifkin, the founder and president of the Foundation On Economic Trends, talks about the impact that climate change will have on human civilization and what can still be done if we want our species to continue existing. At roughly 15 minutes into his talk, he talks about alternative energy, or, as he calls it, […]

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