The Changing Climate

barrywone-blog:

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A boy stands on an oil pipeline in the Ecuadorian Amazon near the town of Lago Agrio. (Lou Dematteis and Kayana Szymczak)

In a case that dates back two decades indigenous groups and subsistence farmers successfully sued oil giant Texaco…

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ghostpatroladvance:

good article relating to the future of Coal in Australia and the shift from fossil fuels

barrywone-blog:

Over the last few days, there has been intense interest in our consensus paper and The Consensus Project website. The fact that the paper has been reported widely in mainstream media across the world is an important step towards reducing the gaping chasm between public perception…

climateadaptation:

laboratoryequipment:

Crowd-Sourcing Helps Map Global Emissions

Climate science researchers from Arizona State Univ. are launching a first-of-its-kind online “game” to better understand the sources of global warming gases. By engaging “citizen scientists,” the researchers hope to locate all the power plants around the world and quantify their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

The game has officially begun and is housed on a website called “Ventus.” Ventus (the Latin word for wind) has a simple interface in which users enter basic information about the world’s power plants. By playing the game, people around the globe can help solve the climate change problem.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/videos/2013/05/crowd-sourcing-helps-map-global-emissions

Looks like a nice project.

climateadaptation:

brynnbrooke:

PSA Poster for school.

brynnbrooke:

PSA Poster for school.

demsucf:

No more games. It’s time for Congress to stop denying the science on climate change.

Right

demsucf:

No more games. It’s time for Congress to stop denying the science on climate change.

Right

wildrad:

We can’t let that happen!

Right you are.

wildrad:

We can’t let that happen!

Right you are.