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Costs of Climate Change & Extreme Weather Are Passing the High-Water Mark TIME:

The Costs of Climate Change and Extreme Weather Are Passing the High-Water Mark

Tips for Staying Safe in the Snow! 1. Be extra careful if you have a chronic medical condition 2. Don't Drink and Shovel 3. Use a smaller shovel or a snow blower 4. Hold an object in your dominant hand  5. "Do the Shuffle"

It's a Blizzard! 5 Surprising Tips For Staying Safe In the Snow

We can save 3 to 6 billion trees per year if we switch back to using hemp products instead of timber.  Don Freeman

We can save 3 to 6 billion trees per year if we switch back to using hemp products instead of timber. Don Freeman

The second in a major series of articles on the climate crisis and how humanity can solve it. In this extract taken from the Introduction to This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein, the author calls...

The second in a major series of articles on the climate crisis and how humanity can solve it. In this extract taken from the Introduction to This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein, the author calls.

"Norway's giant fund removes investments made risky by climate change and other environmental concerns, including coal (and) oil sands..." sc.org/JUdT3

"Norway's giant fund removes investments made risky by climate change and other environmental concerns, including coal (and) oil sands..." sc.org/JUdT3

Open Letter from Global CEOs to World Leaders Urging Concrete Climate Action.  Signatories are members of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Includes Dow Chemical, HSBC, DHL, IKEA, Suntory, Toshiba.

Open Letter from Global CEOs to World Leaders Urging Concrete Climate Action

Open Letter from 43 Global CEOs to World Leaders Urging Concrete Climate Action — Medium

Climate Change Indicators - Rate of Temperature Change in the United States, 1901-2012

EPA: "Color-coded map showing how average air temperatures changed across the United States from 1901 to

... without a healthy planet, there isn't a healthy anything. Greenpeace.

Greenpeace :) Because without a healthy planet, there isn't a healthy anything

Today, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released it's Assessment Report. Researchers are more certain than ever before that.

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