Tag Archives: Carbon Emissions

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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Antartica’s Tipping Point

Antarctica’s ice sheets are projected to hit a tipping point that could drastically raise our sea levels if we sustain our levels of carbon dioxide emissions. Our sea levels would rise by more than 4 feet by the end of … Continue reading

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American Lawn Care Emissions

Kyle Nolan Russ deForest Math 33, W&R1 9 October,  2017 American Lawn Care Emissions             In the simmering ninety-degree heat of summer through the months of May to August, my primary work title is laborer. More specifically, I weed-whack with … Continue reading

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In the News: Tropical forests have flipped from sponges to sources of carbon dioxide

I think as a global community when we see nature at its finest we are in awe of how grand things are how beautiful the wildlife is, how exotic the flowers are and how giant trees can grow to be … Continue reading

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In the News: If You Fix This, You Fix a Big Piece of the Climate Puzzle

Lisa Friedman, If You Fix This, You Fix a Big Piece of the Climate Puzzle, New York Times, 17-07-2017 The article talks and compares between four different types of solution for climate change. Between the choices of building more wind … Continue reading

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The Real Unknown

In The Real Unknown of Climate Change: Our Behavior author Justin Gillis of the New York Times talks about how climate change has unknown factors.  Gillis takes us through a number of conversations about how we need to really start focusing … Continue reading

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Climate Change Not as Threatening as Once Thought

This article entails information that reveals that the planet might not be in as much trouble, in terms of climate change as the media and our studies have portrayed. It describes discrepancies in previous scientific research and modelling that states … Continue reading

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