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The 19th-century French liked to say, l'art pour l'art - art for art's sake. Picasso liked to say, This idea of art for art's sake is a hoax. Pablo
How far will petroleum prices rise? Nobody knows. Currently, most parts of Zambia including the tourist city, Livingstone, is facing a fuel shortage which
The world’s governments are gathering in Bonn from Monday 6th November to Friday 17th November for the next round of UN climate negotiations, COP23.
We need to take action against all the climate change denial Facebook Pages.
Three of climate action's most prominent advocates today published an op-ed on the Thomson Reuters Foundation site calling for ambition and vision at COP23.
Palestine Engineers Association PEA and in partnership with the Federation of Arab Engineers organize the 1st international conference on climate change,
This video clip has been made to illustrate the severe effects of climate change and the irresponsible development program of dam makers upstream to the
I am a Montreal native, and I recently created a poster to help spread awareness to save the Arctic. Climate change is to blame for a significant portion
In much of the world, women continue to be engaged in their traditional roles as mothers and family caregivers. Climate change impacts women in many ways.
A hoax? Oops, I meant to say that it is not a hoax. In fact, it is a concerning international issue which may lead to the displacement of millions of people
Green Your Choice, Green Your Lifestyle is my advocacy to encourage people to make informed decisions and better lifestyle choices. I believe that everyone
My name is Edlund Kent-Brown. I am a budding youth environmental activist from Australia. I have a sincere desire to help create change and an immense
Every year the winters are shrinking and a few days of cold weather leaves us fresh and pleasant to face the scorching heat of the sun. This calamity
CCTNE along with its industry partners recently called for the urgent, accelerated implementation of climate action at COP22, held in Marrakech, November
This song “Nanook” is performed by the Greenlandic band Nanook. It is concerned with the polar bear and how climate change is affecting this animal’s ways
January 14, 2013 We have just enjoyed a warm spring-like weekend here in Niagara Falls while the Prairies and Newfoundland had extreme blizzards and it
The paper confirms that natural sinks continue to soak up our increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, to the point that the sinks themselves
Climate change causes volatility and predictability of weather patterns in numerous countries the world over. It made the job of our weather men difficult
Dear Climate Change enthusiasts, A MOOC (Not a Moose) Is Coming on January 27, 2014! We are very pleased to announce the World Bank's first Massive
I'm a building architect in a Japanese Petrochemical (Oil & Gas) Engineering company –doing projects with high level of strength, quality, safety standards
I was invited to share about what's going on at Green Action News on the Climate Change Guide. To turn the tables on myself, I interviewed myself in a
Four years ago nobody listened, cared or understood my vision. I'm glad that our Government finally realized what I have been suggesting before.CommunicationTo
Let's examine the question of glacial mass balance, shall we? Firstly, the majority of reference glaciers the world over are thinning and retreating.
Over the past five years, I have communicated about climate change, the most helpful website for me is ClimateBites.org. In 2011, Tom Smerling and Don
Wind turbines kill orders of magnitudes fewer birds than do fossil fuel energy generation sources. Where's the outcry against those? In reality, cars
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