Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a litte more crowded.
@@ Climate Change, The Elevator Pitch: Climatologist Simon Donner
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A new dance production on climate change by Karole Armitage will premiere in New York City, March 25th at the American Museum of Natural History.
@@ ON THE NATURE OF THINGS March 25-27, 2015, 8:00pm $25-35
The American Museum of Natural History, The Milstein Hall of Ocean Life
Tony nominated choreographer Karole Armitage will premiere a new site-specific dance production about climate change and its cultural context, created specifically for the Museum’s Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Check it out!
OO Dear Alaska: We Have Your Air.
Please Come Pick it Up.
And Bring us Back Ours.
Love, Eastern US.
A Perfect Storm of Population and Climate Change: Water Rationing and Riots have begun in cities, especially in developing countries like Pakistan, reports Michael Specter in the New Yorker. Climate change has disrupted increasingly the natural global distribution of water into floods and droughts, as human populations have increased exponentially. So will social disruption, unless we confront both imbalances soon, and fast.
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Bringing you the face of climate change daily
Palm Trees Imperiled by rising water levels on Siargao Island, Philippines, where they are no longer supported by the soil that they grew from, now washed away by the tide.
The coastline is being carved deeper and deeper by powerful waves as palm trees tumble down, one by one.
The island is doing its best to adapt by protecting its wealth of mangrove swamp forests.
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For more on Climate Change, check out my weekly column at the HuffingtonPost, Climate Change This Week
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