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Extreme Flooding as an Impact on Climate Change

Essay 6: Select a potential impact of climate change on people in Nepal. What are the risks associated with the impact you selected? Who is at risk? Do the risks vary for different people or different places? How and why? … Continue reading

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Evaluating Climate Models

While we cannot be certain what will happen in the future, we have already begun to see changes in climate pattern. These changes will force the world to look at how we build infrastructure as well as community resilience to … Continue reading

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Timeline

Timeline explanation: I choose a mix of political events as well as extreme weather events trying to demonstrate that there is a link between policy and climate change. Although there is no direct proof that these events were caused by … Continue reading

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Viewing Britton in the context of a “natural” lens

I used the lens “landscape as nature”. I applied this lens to Britton Plaza. When observing I took the people out of the scene, which caused me to think about what it would be like if this space was “natural” … Continue reading

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Fact Checking Trump

What line am I checking: while little would change for our climate under the Paris  Agreement, our electricity prices would significantly increase Before fact checking the entire statement I decided to break it into pieces, first looking at “While little would … Continue reading

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Technology Transfer to Support Climate Action.

The UNFCC stresses the importance of technology transfer in order to achieve the goals of the convention. It emphasizes the importance of this technology transfer between developed and undeveloped nations. This topic has received more recent attention as it is … Continue reading

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After reading Bones of the Tiger, protecting the man-eaters of Nepal, I have learned how Nepal has viewed tigers as important symbols and has helped shape ideas around culture, social construction and government involvement around conservation. The book went into … Continue reading

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