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Write and Respond 2- Climate Change and the Ice Caps

At the beginning of MATH 33, I wasn’t completely sure on what was to come in the future and how much I would get out of this class in terms of learning about our environment. Now, however, I feel like … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 2

Throughout the semester, I have learned a lot about climate change, water conservation, and much more pertaining to how we can sustain the earth. One of the main themes throughout this semester has been the pressing negative effects of global … Continue reading

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W&R2 Riley schear

Climate change has been a major topic discussed in class throughout this semester as well as across the world over the past few decades. We have learned about the issues and have more of an understanding of what can be … Continue reading

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Paul Hawken on Climate Change

This past Tuesday, I saw Paul Hawken give his talk on global warming and possible solutions to it. Hawken is so dedicated to stopping global warming that he even wrote a book on it called Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan … Continue reading

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Alaska’s permafrost is thawing

Everybody knows global warming, but the arctic is warming twice as fast as other parts of the planet; high sea levels threaten coastal native residents, and moreover, sea ice and wildlife habitat are disappearing. Climate change is bringing tremendous harm … Continue reading

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What progress has the world made after the Paris Agreement?

In the article, Here’s How Far the World Is From Meeting Its Climate Goals, Brad Plumer and Nadja Popovich review the countries who have signed the Paris Agreement to see if they are meeting their expectations. This article appears at … Continue reading

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In The News: Global Atmospheric CO2 Levels

As we know, global warming is a undeniable subject across the globe. Although many companies and nonprofit organizations are making leaps in slowing down, preventing and even reversing the mass destruction taking place. There is no denying that global warming … Continue reading

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In The News 2: ‘Hotumn’, The Scariest Halloween Trend

Although it is late October, the outside temperatures do not seem to reflect the season of fall at all. Across much of the United States, external temperatures have soured above 70 degrees. This has raised many environmental concerns. In his … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 1 Kaitlyn Zirrith

The Real Effects of Rainforest Deforestation   It is no secret that billions of trees are being destroyed every year due to wildfires, environmental disasters, and more, all tying back to the destructive and irresponsible actions of humans. The area … Continue reading

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As Seas Warm, Whales Face New Dangers

In Karen Weintraub’s article for the New York Times, As Seas Warm, Whales Face New Dangers, she discusses the drastic impacts warming waters have on aquatic life, specifically whales. She explains how in Mount Desert Rock, ME researchers check for … Continue reading

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