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It's The End Of The World As We Know It

My article portrayed for the week of September 25th is a rather horrifying one.

For those of you who think that climate change is a hoax, you can now rest easy at night knowing you’ve officially fucked up the world.   726 more words

Carbon Levels

Storify and Twitter Assignment

STORIFY:

Global Warming

https://storify.com/abroy215/medheads-the-road-to-legalized-marijuana

(Not about Marijuana…Unsure why this is the link)

TWITTER:

New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

https://twitter.com/AbbeyRoy215

Report offers cold, hard truth about global warming

Scientist say Paris deal is not nearly enough to curb harmful global warming

By Bob Berwyn

The Paris climate agreement will likely be triggered into force within the next few weeks, which marks the beginning — not the end — of an intense effort to try and cap global warming before the planet is overwhelmed by heatwaves, droughts and super storms. 820 more words

Environment

Welcome to the Anthropocene

“The International Geological Conference suggested last month that in about 1950 the earth entered a new epoch, the Anthropocene epoch, marked by a human impact on the earth so profound that humans are not likely to survive it. 91 more words

Global Climate Change

Al Gore Fight Song

Whatever happened to Al Gore?
He lost the race, gave up the war
Left the room and shut the door
Does he care about us anymore? 148 more words

Song

Senators issue report that reveals the special interests driving opposition to Obama's climate plan

A press release from Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI):

U.S. Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), Harry Reid (D-NV), Barbara Boxer (D-CA), and Edward Markey (D-MA) released a report today entitled, “The Brief No One Filed,” highlighting the real forces behind the legal challenge to President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 

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Business

Standing Rock: New Life to Old Struggles

The teeth marks of attack dogs and the pepper-sprayed faces of indigenous land defenders in North Dakota are fresh on the minds of dozens of dancers gathered on the stone plaza in front of the Alamo. 658 more words

San Antonio