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Sakshi BahugunaBlog, News Comments

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Global warming causes Alaskan village to relocate. How to stop climate change before it’s too late

Liam BywaterBlog, Planet Comments

The coastal village of Shishmaref is losing ground due to rising sea levels. It is due to be the first village in the US to have to relocate because of climate change. What’s the issue? Shishmaref is home to 650 people. To put it into perspective, that’s the same amount of MPs that currently sit in the House of Commons. … Read More

“Chasing Ice”: How to Prevent Glacier Calving and Save the World From Climate Change!

Liam BywaterPlanet Comments

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On 28 May 2008, Adam LeWinter and Jeff Orlowski filmed a historic breakup at the Ilulissat Glacier in western Greenland. The glacier calving event lasted for 75 minutes and the glacier retreated a full mile across a calving face three miles wide. The height of the ice is approximately 3,000 feet and 300-400 feet above sea level. The footage captured below … Read More

The Great Barrier Reef: What You Need to Know About Coral Bleaching

Katt GuPlanet Comments

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Stretching over 2,300 kilometers along the Queensland coastline, Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef – the largest coral reef system in the world – is at stake. According to a report from Australia’s National Coral Bleaching Task Force, which has just completed an aerial survey of the more than 500 individual reefs from Cairns north to Papua New Guinea, 95% of coral … Read More

Why Should We Take Care Of Nature?

Katt GuPlanet Comments

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Nature is constantly changing, even before the dawn of humanity. From the breakup of Pangaea to the extinction of dinosaurs, from the Sahara Pump to the Ice Age, Earth has completely changed from what it was millions of years ago. Beyond these spontaneous events, initiated by Nature itself, Humans are continuously adapting the Planet to accommodate their needs through careless … Read More

Climate change – take it or leave it?

Doroti KissPlanet Comments

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Neverending discussion In the last fifteen years, “climate change” was one of the most over-used expression that dominated the world media and our every days. We’ve had thousands of discussions, forums, agreements on how we can fight global warming. But we seem to forget the other very important side of the question: how can we adapt to climate change? how … Read More

‘Must watch’ speeches from sustainability leaders

Victoria NicholsonInspiration Comments

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1459853904881{padding-bottom: 30px !important;}”] Exciting Times for Change It’s an exciting time, if you are interested in sustainability. With innovations in technology and a shift in popular opinion, it seems a momentum is building. We have handpicked 5 of our favorite talks from sustainability leaders that deal with the coming change. Enjoy![/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”http://www.ted.com/talks/al_gore_the_case_for_optimism_on_climate_change#t-55396″ title=”Al Gore- Reasons for Optimism on Climate Change” … Read More