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Throughout the week our interviewees like John Kerry and John Podesta have reiterated that the most impactful thing we can do for our planet is VOTE. As we wrap up Earth Week we have to shift our focus to getting every eligible person we know to the polls–that’s the real work. Four more years of a Trump presidency would see even more callous regulatory rollbacks and the enabling of industries to keep developing pipelines and polluting our air, land, and water. It would be a catastrophe, no hyperbole.
So please, make the commitment to vote. Posting and retweeting can help in spreading the message but it’s nowhere near what we need to ensure we have a habitable planet in another 50 years. When Sen. Gaylord Nelson asked, “are we willing?” let’s make sure our answer is a resounding “yes.”
A new study shows that climate change in the 150 years since the industrial revolution has canceled out the prior 6500 years of cooling. The study, conducted by researchers at Northern Arizona University’s School of Earth and Sustainability (SES), examined a new compilation of paleoclimate data along with new statistical analyses and found that millennial-scale […]
There’s been ample research to show that the Arctic is warming much faster than any other region on the planet. However, there’s been little media focus on what’s happening on the opposite side of the planet, until now. A new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change on Monday has revealed that the South […]
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