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earther.gizmodo.comMost Americans Think We Can Save the Planet and Create Jobs at the Same TimeOur current politics around climate change and the policies to address it are deeply screwed up. At a time when we need more ambition, the intransigent Republican Congress and the galoot in the Oval Office are doing less.
phys.orgFrom crystals to climate: 'Gold standard' timeline links flood basalts to climate changeImagine an enormous volcano erupting in the Pacific Northwest, pouring lava across Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Imagine the lava flooding out until river valleys are filled in. Until bushes and shrubs are buried in liquid rock. Until the tallest trees are completely covered.
theedadvocate.orgWhat Does A Future Ready University Look Like? - The EdvocateSpread the loveThe face of education and the workforce has been steadily changing over the years. By 2020, the focus of students around education is expected to shift drastically. Universities need to adapt and cater to the market to compete. What does that mean for brick and mortar institutions? And, how can universities be future ready? Here are some insights into the changing climate of education and needs of future-ready students. How are students changing? High school graduates face increased competition entering university and the workplace. The world has become entwined in a global economy. This global competition makes success …
dailykos.comToxic coal ash, rancid hog waste, and fetid sewage spill across Carolinas in wake of FlorenceReports of the massive flooding going on in the wake of Hurricane Florence continue to filter in. How the Carolinas’ infrastructure holds up to this climate changing flooding is being watched closely by environmental groups, as many of the big business...
sfgate.comGlobal marches seek urgent action on climate changePARIS (AP) - More than 18,000 people marched Saturday in Paris as part of an international mobilization to show popular support for urgent measures to combat climate change in advance of a San Francisco summit. Crowds overflowed a plaza in front of City Hall before marching east to the Place de la Republique, carrying an urgent message that it's up to the public to put global warming at the top of the political agenda. "Planet in Danger," read some banners. Activists around the world encouraged "Rise for Climate" protests before the summit taking place Sept.12-Sept. 14. California's governor proposed the event after President Donald Trump vowed to pull the U.S. out of a landmark 2015 climate accord.