Entries in #climatechange (29)

Thursday
Jun222017

3 Documentaries With An Environmental  Message

Watch 3 documentaries made this decade presenting the world’s most current environmental issues: Energy Sourcing, Animal Captivity and Climate Change…

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Thursday
Jun082017

World Oceans Day 2017: How Vulnerable Are The  Oceans?

As water makes up 70% of the planet you’d think it’d be worth protecting. The seemingly slow response to climate change of the world’s oceans can sometimes fool us into thinking they’re doing fine but are in fact just as vulnerable, if not more so, as land or air.

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Thursday
May182017

Antarctica: Why It's  Important

Antarctica holds 90% of the world’s ice and, what may seem as a cold and desolate place, is in fact one of the most important wildernesses on Earth and our greatest hope in the fight against climate change. Let’s explore what makes this remarkable yet vulnerable place so important:

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Thursday
May042017

Top 5 Most Eco-Friendly  Buildings

Buildings, once solely a symbol of human progress, have now become a reflection of our unsustainable actions...

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Tuesday
May022017

Top 5 Coolest  Glaciers

As far as ice goes, glaciers are pretty cool. Some of the most breath-taking natural scenery comes from glacial landscapes, but which ones are at the top of the list? Here’s five to get us started:

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Thursday
Apr272017

Environmental  Racism

Environmental racism is defined as the discrimination of low-income and minority communities by exposing said communities to degraded land, pollution and the effects of climate change. Deep-seeded in history, this issue is still playing out today both nationally and internationally.

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Friday
Apr212017

Earth Day 2017 - What's It All  About?

This weekend’s encore to Easter may not be as egg-citing but you could certainly encourage the argument that it is more important. Earth day has opened the door for us to continue with the ‘E’ alliteration as the theme is all about environment, education and engagement.

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Thursday
Apr062017

Venus: How Not To  Earth

As Carbon Dioxide levels increase in our own atmosphere, climate scientists have been looking outward to study the Greenhouse Effect on one of our closest neighbours and how it can provide valuable insight into what lies ahead of us.

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Monday
Feb272017

Polar Bear Day 2017: Why Are They  Endangered?

Polar Bears have long been a poster boy for climate change and the possible extinctions it may cause. So what is actually causing the decline in Polar Bears?

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Thursday
Feb232017

Energy Poverty: Bridging The  Gap

While Solar Energy may be taking off in many parts of the world, there are some places that are being left in the dark.

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Thursday
Feb162017

Go Green Week 2017: 3 Ways To Go  Green

Being more eco-friendly can be daunting, which is why many people turn a blind eye. As this week is Go Green Week around the UK, we thought it would be suitable to suggest just 3 simple things you can do to be much more eco-friendly that won’t shake up your life.

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Tuesday
Feb072017

The Silencing Of Environmental  Media

Climate change is one of the largest threats to national, social and economic security of our time but instead of being treated as such has become a partisan issue in the U.S. The Republican Party has long contested climate change, but now it seems the subject isn’t even up for discussion… 

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Friday
Jan132017

Top 5 Celebrity Activists

Life in the spotlight has been considered a curse, but it can also give people and causes a voice that otherwise goes unheard. Here are 5 celebrities who have used their fame as a platform to advocate sustainability, climate action, indigenous rights, transgender awareness and women's rights.

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Friday
Dec022016

Fossil Fuels: The End Is In Sight

Previous attempts to desperately cling to fossil fuels have covered everything from questioning the costs of clean energy to the full-blown collapse of renewable nations should there be a cloudy or still day, but now that we’re in the early days of a renewable revolution, both old myths and current efforts to keep the fossil fuel industry alive are nothing but fuelling its own demise. 

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Thursday
Nov172016

Indigenous Rights Are Key To Stopping Climate Change

Indigenous peoples account for just 6% of the world population, yet their territories hold 80% of the world’s biodiversity, so perhaps it’s time to not only give them the recognition they deserve, but implement their ideals into current environmental decision making.

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