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Save The World, One Degree At A Time

Future history students will have to memorize Dec. 12, 2015. That date marks the beginning of the era when essentially all the countries of the world began slowing the rate of climate change and easing its impacts.

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Reporting From Paris: COP21 Coming To An End

Over the past two weeks I have learned a lot about environmental issues. There are the melting poles leading to sea rise, the endangered bird migrations, and the destruction of people’s homes. There’s more to it than just saving polar bears. more »

Dec 11, 2015 10:51 AM , Shades of Green

Reporting From Paris: COP21 Getting Closer

The COP21 Global Climate Change agreement is almost in final form. The draft document has been released with several options and blanks still to be determined. more »

Dec 10, 2015 9:49 AM Shades of Green

Can They Save The Planet?

Earth is heating up and greenhouse gases continue to rise, primarily due to our burning of fossil fuels. The goal at COP21 in Paris is to assure a livable planet. It takes collaboration and adjustment from everyone to slow the rate of climate change. more »

Dec 9, 2015 11:44 AM Shades of Green

Reporting From Paris: COP21 Still Going Strong

The Climate Generation space is very active. While working the Student Coalition booth, the 4D viewers arrived to hand out. This cardboard contraption allows you to view specific videos from an app called RYOT. more »

Dec 8, 2015 9:33 AM , Shades of Green

Reporting From Paris: COP21 Progress

There was a large Google map display presented in the Climate Generations Hall. The program showed the visual impacts on cities derived from science-based projections if Earth temperature rises 4 degrees Celsius ... more »

Dec 4, 2015 12:04 PM , Shades of Green

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