Neil Leary on February 17th, 2010

A frequent refrain of many who dispute evidence of human caused climate change is that the climate stopped warming in the late 1990s. Some even assert that the planet is now cooling and that this disproves the mainstream scientific view that, by increasing the concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, humans are warming the […]

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Bettina Cerban on December 16th, 2009

In the ten or so days that I’ve been attending the COP and related events, I have been given two t-shirts, one water bottle, one bag, a raincoat, a handful of postcards and several buttons that mark me as a supporter of different climate-related causes. (It should be noted that most of these objects will […]

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leek on December 9th, 2009

The Policy group is working to organize an event for The Future Generations event tomorrow.  We hope to reserve a booth in order to both further our video research and give US youth the ability to write to their representatives back home to support the passage of new climate bills. The conference is such a […]

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nguyenl on October 5th, 2009

Connection between global warming and droughts is very intuitive. Yes, heat leads to droughts. Yet, linkage between global warming and storms or floods is not so obvious. It is understandable that when the earth is hotter, glaciers melting will cause sea level to rise. Nevertheless, that sounds like a very gradual and adaptable progress. Why […]

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ramosj on September 28th, 2009

imply put, the primary factor of human impact on global climate change is the recent increase of fossil fuel burning, which use has been relatively increasing since the industrial revolution.

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