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Quantifying and Analyzing the Rhetoric of Climate Change

Before enrolling in this course, I considered myself to be generally aware of what’s happening in regards to global warming and climate change, however, upon summation of Math of Sustainability, I have a new understanding of how to process and … Continue reading

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Geoengineering; An Option, But Not A Solution To Our Climate Crisis.

Guardian Article   [Main Article] Science Friday SoundClip   [Supporting Evidence] Geoengineering is an exciting field in which researchers and scientists utilize human inventions and technology to help regulate and alter atmospheric effects caused by climate change. Though the idea seems … Continue reading

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The Impact of Climate Change on Skiing and Mountain Communities

Worldwide, the ski industry is huge. Each year, around 400 million skiers and snowboarders take to the slopes across the planet. With over 2000 ski resorts across 80 nations, skiing is not only a global recreational pass time for millions … Continue reading

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Global Green Energy Leader Falling Behind Set Goals

Germany’s Shift to Green Power Stalls, Despite Huge Investments. Stanley Reed, October 7, 2017, The New York Times- Energy & The Environment In recent years, Germany has been a world leader in implementing renewable energy systems and setting aggressive goals … Continue reading

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Dave VanLandingham Introductory Post

Hello All, My name is Dave VanLandingham. I am a 26 year old 4th year architecture student born and raised in the Central Pennsylvania region. I transferred into architecture (5 year major) after 2 years of studying engineering but then … Continue reading

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