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Aren’t New Years great? If you screw one up, you get another one just 12 months later to give it another go; hopefully not making the same mistakes…hopefully.
Sometimes, New Year’s resolutions involve things we want to tick off our bucket lists – like that trip to… Continue reading
English: A Blue Starfish (Linckia laevigata) resting on hard Acropora coral. Lighthouse, Ribbon Reefs, Great Barrier Reef (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
June 8th is the day we set aside to honor the world’s oceans, because as Jean-Michel Cousteau
Air – sea exchange of carbon dioxide (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Carbon Dioxide isn’t just stored in the atmosphere. The soils, plants and trees, and the ocean also act as a carbon sink. According to NOAA, the oceans absorb up to a quarter… Continue reading
What goes into the oceans, eventually ends up back in you. As the big brained-mammal at the top of the food chain, we can’t expect to kill off the bottom of the chain and still survive ourselves.
Surfrider has a campaign called… Continue reading
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Windows to the Universe – from the educators at Windows to the Universe, a compilation of classroom activities for teachers and educators who wish to address oil spills and the effects of oil spills with students.
Ahead of Earth Day and Cochabamba, Bolivia’s indigenous summit on climate change along with the anticipated unveiling of a Senate climate bill this coming week, Democracy Now spoke with someone who sounded one of the earliest alarms about global warming. In 1989, Author Bill McKibben wrote The End of Nature
Your Actions Matter: The Shift From Raising Awareness to Raising Care
Fourteen-year-old J.D. Russo speaks out about plastic in this youtube video. “People need to stop trying to raise awareness and instead raise care. Because saying that raising awareness implies that you are trying to get people to know about something. And people know, its just that people don’t care.” J.D. continues, “People need to be shown that there is… Continue reading