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  • Fridays For Future

    FFF is a global climate strike movement that started in August 2018, when 15-year-old Greta Thunberg began a school strike for climate. In the three weeks leading up to the Swedish election, she sat outside Swedish Parliament every school day, demanding urgent action on the climate crisis. She was tired of society’s unwillingness to see the climate crisis for what it is: a crisis.

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    Climate Change

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    Page Updated:
    July 24, 2021


  •  Climate Change Opinion Maps
  •  Of Climate Change Interest
  • Climate Change in SW Florida
  • Climate Crisis Essay
  • Climate Reality Project
  • Planet A: DW's YouTube Channel
  • Degrees Of Change
  • How Hot is Your Town?
  • Documentaries to See
  • The Greenhouse Effect
  • The Hot 10 Climte Songs
  • Planet A:
    Climate Change YouTube Channel
  • The Causes & Consequences

    • The Approaches            • Resources

    • Insights From Climate Science

    •  Easily Understood Climate Change Presentation

    • CNN’s Exceptional Climate Journalism
  • Where You Stand Survey
  • Show it With Colors
  • Visit NYC's Climate Museum
  • A Climate Crisis Haiku
  • Sea Level Rise Viewer
  • Your City's CC Future

  • Of Possible Climate Change Interest


  • Global Warming Vs. Climate Change:
    Questions Answered
  • Bad Future, Better Future
  • Tick Tock Goes the Climate Clock
  • Alaska: 4th National Climate Assessment
  • Paying Farmers to Bury Carbon Pollution In Soil
  • Not Your Daddy's Yellowstone
  • Looming Water Crisis Affects 25% of Humankind
  • Oil Companies Push For a Carbon Tax
  • The Rapid Thawing of the Permafrost Layer
  • The Atlas The USDA Forgot to Delete
  • AT&T Maps Out Climate Change Dangers
  • Can We Reverse Climate Emissions?
  • The Human Element Documentary
  • Climate Change and Tornado Effects
  • 6 Week Lessons on Climate Solutions
  • Must-See Climate Change Films
  • Taking a Leaf Out of Thoreau’s Book
  • Download a Climate Change Free eBook
  • It's Never Too Late to Change Your Mind
  • Defending the Climate Against Deniers
  • Coastal Cities That Can Disappear
  • Asia's Vital Rivers
  • Are Climate Change Debates Debatable?
  • Graph: The Relentless Rise in CO2
  • A Solar Solution For Desalination
  • Sarasota Climate Change Meet Up
  • Youth Climate Lawsuit
  • Engaging U.S. Latinos on Climate Changee
  • Not a Happy Easter for This Island
  • What Should Know About Asia's Rivers
  • Ask What Can We Do for the Climate
  • A Massive Lake In Antarctica Vanished In Days
  • Louisiana's 2023 Master Plan to Save Its Coast
  • What Keeps Climate Scientists Awake at Night?
  • The Amazon Was Once the Lungs of the Planet
  • Climate Change and Mercury Toxicity
  • Great Barrier Reef's Great Challenge
  • What the Melting Glaciers Really Indicate
  • Artificial Glaciers To the Rescue!
  • Copenhagen Copes With Climate Change
  • It's Our Planet (While We Still Have It)
  • Greenhouse Gasses and Climate Reality
  • The Carbon Fee & Dividend Act
  • What About 'No Glacier' National Park?
  • Family Planning & Climate Change
  • A Conversation with “Her Deepness”
  • Oh, the Seas, They Are Arising
  • The Difference Between 2C and 1.5C of Warming
  • Climate Change by Air, Land and Sea
  • Climate Change Arguments Through Cartoons
  • Kelp: The Climate-Friendly Vegetable
  • Biodiversity at the The Climate Law Institute
  • Climate Change in Photographs
  • Global CO2 Levels in Weather Reporting
  • The Great Climate Migration
  • PrpPublica Support for the Above Article
  • San Francisco Wall Not to Keep Mexicans Out
  • Some Times, Michael Moore Should Just Stop
  • Global Warming's Six Americas
  • Lebanon Flooding Affecting Refugees
  • Climate Perspective-Explaining Extreme Events
  • Climate Change in the Eyes of he Public
  • Your State's Climate Change Risk
  • Carbon Offsets Can Fight Climate Change
  • Climate Change and Real Estate Values"
  • Fight Climate Change: Make Your Own Glacier
  • 6 Climate Leaders Tell Their Story
  • Does Sweden Have a Climate Change Solution,?
  • Heat,Hunger War: Force African's Road on Fire
  • Can Scotland’s Rising Seas Heritage Be Saved?
  • Climavore (Good-Tasting Conservation)
  • The Climate Refugee - A Growing Class
  • How Flood-Vulnerable Is Miami?
  • How to Answer a Climate Skeptic
  • Strongest Cyclone in African History
  • Carrots & Sticks of Proposed Climate Policy
  • Food and Climate Change
  • Americans and Climate Change Thinking
  • How Many Are Climate Change Believers
  • U.S. Corporations Signing On to Paris Accords
  • 2019 Climate Change Optimism
  • Is CC Responsible For Catastrophic Floods
  • Trust the Weather Man on Climate Issues?
  • 20 Ways to Reduce Our Carbon Footprint
  • Here’s a Weather Forecast for 2100
  • Climate Change’s Affect on American Birds
  • U.S. Cities Climate Change Litigation
  • A Louisiana Village Fights for Time
  • Climate and Environmental Justice
  • The Role of Tropical Forests
  • The Importance of Mangroves
  • The Climate Accountability Scorecard
  • Predicting San Francisco in 2075
  • Learn How Your State Makes Electricity
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    Climate Change / Global Warming News Stories

    (For the past 2 months)
  • Death Toll Rises and Thousands Flee Homes as Floods Hit China
  • Climate Change Comes for Rich Countries
  • Siberia Hit By Unprecedented Burning
  • Disasters Spiral, Cities Confront Need for Climate Adaptation
  • A French Approach to Tackling the Climate Crisis
  • Climate Change and Flood Risks are Related
  • Politicians From Across World Call For ‘Global Green Deal’
  • Developing Countries Urge For Real Climate Action Before Crucial Summit
  • Climate Scientists Shocked by Scale of Floods in Germany
  • Germany's Death Toll Rises from Catastrophic Flooding
  • Europe Unveils Plan to Shift From Fossil Fuels
  • Record Heat Threatens Arizona's Salt River
  • Changes in Moon’s ‘Wobble’ Could Cause Record Floods in 2030
  • Hurricanes: Not More Frequent, but More Dangerous
  • Protect the Trees We Have to Fight Climate Change
  • Heat Wave Killed Marine Wildlife en Masse
  • Why Record-Breaking Overnight Temperatures Are So Concerning
  • Western Heat Wave’s Extreme Records
  • A Battle Between a Great City and a Great Lake
  • North America's Hottest June on Record
  • Lapland Records It's Hottest Day Since 1914
  • Sixty Years of Climate Change Warnings Were Ignored
  • Will Campers Be Able to Beat the Heat?
  • Can Summer Campers Beat the Heat
  • Yellowstone’s Most Famous Geyser Could Shut Down
  • Miami Condo Collapse Highlights Urgent Need to Adapt to Rising Seas
  • Underwater Robot May Unearth Climate Mysteries
  • Climate Change Threatens Arctic Roads and Runways
  • Can We Spray the Heat Away?
  • Heat Pumps Could be the Answer to Heat Waves
  • How a Canadian Small Town Became One of Earth's Hottest Places
  • Is China the Main Climate Change Culprit?
  • Miami Condo Collapse Prompts Questions Over Role of Climate Change
  • How Weird Is the Heat in Portland, Seattle and Vancouver?
  • The Record-Smashing Heat Wave Baking the Pacific Northwest
  • NYC to Create a ‘Living Laboratory’ for Climate Research
  • Farmlands Need Water, But Are They Getting It?
  • Scotland Plans to Remove Millions of Tons of CO2 Every Year
  • How Much Can Trees Help Cool Down Cities
  • An Earthquake in Japan Speaks to a
    Sea Wall in San Francisco
  • Big Sur Blaze Raging in California
  • The Great Western Draught: Who Will It Affect?
  • What Defines a 100-Year Flood?
  • Phoenix Reaches 118 Degrees, Breaks Daily Heat Record
  • Climate Change Batters the West Before Summer Even Begins
  • Climate Change in the American Mind
  • Bangladesh Offers a Model for Climate Migration
  • What Are Climate Tipping Points?
  • The Drying Rivers Story
  • Dangerous Heatwave Grips US South-West
  • Fighting Climate Change: Switzerland Is Not On Board
  • Ice Shelf Protecting Antarctic Glacier is On the Verge of Collapse
  • NATO to Tackle Climate Change For the First Time
  • G7 Nations Take Aggressive Climate Action but...
  • How Severe Is the Western Drought?
  • How Global Warming Rapidly Breaks Up Polar Ice and Raise Sea Level
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  • What's Missing In Our Response to Climate Change?
  • Denmark's Answer to Sea-level Rise
  • Con Ed. Is Building a Climate-Resilient Energy Delivery System
  • A Warming Planet Robs Lakes of Oxygen
  • Tipping Points Can Trigger Climate-Breaking Domino Effect
  • 6 Cities At Risk of Chronic Flooding
  • Tasked to Fight Climate Change But...
  • Climate Change - Guilty of Murder in the Nth Degree
  • Swiss Watchdog Requires Disclosure of Climate Risks
  • France Ditches Reliance on Meat in Climate Bill
  • “Sea Snot” is Covering Turkey’s Waters
  • Using Minerals to Draw Down CO2
  • Mercury Is Leaking From the Greenland Ice Sheet
  • 30 Year Record Heat for the U.S.

  • Causes and Consequences

    Click on a subject for more information.

  • Meat Consumption
  • CO2 Pollution
  • Concrete's Footprint
  • Deforestation
  • Ice Meltdown
  • Poor Regulation
  • Population Growth
  • Sea-Level Rise
  • Approachess

    Click on a subject for more information.

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    Climate Change in Your City's Future

    Using the Calculator
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    The free to download ESD Research app was developed by EarthSystemData together with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change at East Anglia University. It’s being launched the same week the United Nations COP26 climate conference was supposed to start in Scotland (which has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus pandemic).

    The simulations allow users to see what their city would look like in 2100 if global warming is limited to below 2ºC, which is the goal of the Paris Agreement from 2015. Then, as a second scenario, it shows the results of a “moderate” emissions reduction, with global temperatures reaching about 4ºC in 2100.

    Using it is pretty straightforward. You go into the app, type in the location you want to look at and then the app shows simulations of the current climate and projections of the future with the two possible scenarios. ESD Research is already available to download for free in the Apple Store and in Google Play.

    The researchers at Tyndall said that many cities are predicted to warm by approximately the same as the planet average by the end of the century — both in the low CO2 emissions and the moderate CO2 emissions projections. The warming in the Arctic could be more than double or more the planetary average increase in temperature.

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