Tag: climate change

Question Period: NATO summit, climate change and jobs – December 6, 2019

Question Period: NATO summit, climate change and jobs – December 6, 2019
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QGIS tutorial: Earth Engine plugin pre-releasee [EN]

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Hello, I am Mr.M from GIS4Dev In this video I will talk about Earth Engine for QGIS Before I start don’t forget Subscribe to my channel to get a new information about GIS This is a pre-release version…

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WHY I SAID GLOBAL WARMING IS THE BIGGEST FRAUD IN HISTORY – Dan Pena | London Real

WHY I SAID GLOBAL WARMING IS THE BIGGEST FRAUD IN HISTORY – Dan Pena | London Real

Let’s talk about global warming then I want to get to the snowflakes Okay, we were on stage and a woman got up and asked you a question I thought good warming and you went on to explain…

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Lou Holtz calls climate protesters at Harvard-Yale game ‘absurd’

Lou Holtz calls climate protesters at Harvard-Yale game ‘absurd’
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Student Spotlight: Isamar Cortes – Environmental Science and Management PhD

Student Spotlight: Isamar Cortes – Environmental Science and Management PhD

My research explores the effects of evaporation and precipitation on mangrove island morphology. So, I specifically study mangrove islands. Mangroves are a type of halophytic tree, meaning that they can survive in saline water. So, you’ll actually see…

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Dear Future Generations: Sorry

Dear Future Generations: Sorry

Dear Future generations. I think I speak for the rest of us when I say Sorry. Sorry, we left you with our mess of a planet. Sorry that we were too caught up in our own doings to…

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Why Palm Oil Is So Cheap

Why Palm Oil Is So Cheap

Palm oil is cheap and ubiquitous. It’s used in thousands of everyday products and is the most widely consumed vegetable oil on the planet. You can get a kilo of palm oil for just $2. But its usage…

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This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions

This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions

For millions of years the earth has been perfectly good at absorbing carbon dioxide our forests seas and streams suck the gas up acting as natural carbon sinks that was until humans came along and tipped the scales…

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Climate Change and Community Health: Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship

Climate Change and Community Health: Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship

This research question really asks a fellow to dive deep, look at what climate change impacts mean at the local level, and asks what does that mean for the health of the people and the communities that are…

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Water Levels: Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship

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Think about what that would mean when you have water levels much lower than what you had built-in design for. Suddenly, the steps and docks that you’ve built at your marinas for people to get to their watercraft…

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