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Lung Illnesses Related To Vaping Continue To Rise & Lawsuit Uncovers Decades Of ExxonMobil Pollution

Lung Illnesses Related To Vaping Continue To Rise & Lawsuit Uncovers Decades Of ExxonMobil Pollution

With more than 500 cases of this mysterious lung illness from vaping, the question over the proposed vaping ban is what’s, where’s that leading us? Where is the vaping ban? And again, every time we do a vaping story, they… Continue Reading

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This is what sea level rise will do to coastal cities

This is what sea level rise will do to coastal cities

– Picture a map of Florida with its long sandy beaches and wetlands, or cities like New York, Venice, and Alexandria, all metropolises with some pretty watery boundaries. Now, try to picture what these might look like in 100 years.… Continue Reading

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Sea-Level Rise, Subsidence, and Wetland Loss

Sea-Level Rise, Subsidence, and Wetland Loss

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Ice Apocalypse – MULTIPLE METERS SEA LEVEL RISE

Ice Apocalypse – MULTIPLE METERS SEA LEVEL RISE

Ice apocalypse is the title of a new article written by meteorologist Eric Holthaus, contributing writer at Grist, published November 21st 2017. The basic premise rapid collapse of Antarctic glaciers will flood coastal cities. Holthaus begins, in a remote region… Continue Reading

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This organisation is removing dams and restoring rivers | Pioneers For Our Planet

This organisation is removing dams and restoring rivers | Pioneers For Our Planet

I don’t think we grow up understanding and even knowing what a healthy river is supposed to look like We’ve channelled and diverted and dammed our rivers so many times in so many ways the definition of a river is… Continue Reading

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Can Rising Temperatures Impact Mental Health? | Connecting Point | Dec. 3, 2019

Can Rising Temperatures Impact Mental Health? | Connecting Point | Dec. 3, 2019

IS HEAT A FACTOR IN MENTAL HEALTH? THAT’S A QUESTION THAT RESEARCHERS, INCLUDING SOME AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST, SET OUT TO ANSWER. AND AMONG THE ANSWERS THEY FOUND, RISING TEMPERATURES HAVE MEANT MORE SUICIDES AND MENTAL HEALTH-RELATED ER… Continue Reading

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Restoring a reef: A new hope for corals

Restoring a reef: A new hope for corals

These marine conservationists are on the hunt for spawning coral. They’re collecting coral gametes – the eggs and sperm – as part of an effort to breed and repopulate coral around the world. With coral reefs in decline globally due… Continue Reading

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FEMA Using “Waffle House Index” To Gauge Economic Rebound Following Disaster

FEMA Using “Waffle House Index” To Gauge Economic Rebound Following Disaster

Ahead of Hurricane Florence, emergency managers watched the so-called Waffle House Index, an informal gauge for FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to determine how quickly a community might bounce back economically after a disaster. Former FEMA administrator Craig Fugate… Continue Reading

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Why a Half Degree Rise in Global Temperature Would Be Catastrophic

Why a Half Degree Rise in Global Temperature Would Be Catastrophic

Glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, droughts are more frequent, extreme weather events more common– This is climate change in action, and you’ve heard it all before. But a major report just came out that looks at how close… Continue Reading

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Future Sea Level Rise: Top 10 Countries In Danger

Future Sea Level Rise: Top 10 Countries In Danger

Antarctica and Greenland combined hold so much ice that if it all melted, sea levels would rise by 80 meters, and they are melting, faster and faster. New research published in the journal Science looked at four different periods of… Continue Reading