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Largest Swedish Pension Fund Divests from Fossil Fuel

Largest Swedish Pension Fund Divests from Fossil Fuel

AP2 has announced plans to divest $116 million USD (SEK 840 million) worth of fossil fuel holdings in an effort to ward off the “financial risk” of climate change. Fossil Fuel investments being removed from their investment portfolio include oil and coal companies. The Second AP Fund (AP2) is one of northern Europe’s largest pension [Continue]

China and USA Carbon Emission Agreement

China and USA Carbon Emission Agreement

In a surprise announcement the USA and China agree to cap Carbon emissions with ambitious plans to mitigate Climate Change. Chinese President Xi Jinping and USA President Barack Obama announced on Wednesday November 12, 2014 to reduce greenhouse emissions. China and the USA are the two largest carbon and greenhouse gas polluters on the planet [Continue]

Rising Sea Levels Scary Thoughts

Rising Sea Levels Scary Thoughts

Scary stories are not just for Halloween…. Rapid evidence of climate change such as Sea Level Rise is compelling: NASA Global Climate Change Reference NASA sea level satellite data has been collected since 1993 http://climate.nasa.gov/vital-signs/sea-level/ CSIRO coastal tide gage data goes back to 1870 the trend is quite obvious. Sea level [Continue]

Climate Change Creates South Florida 51st State?

Climate Change Creates South Florida 51st State?

Southern Florida politicians say that the state government located in the Capital, which is in the Northern part of the state (Tallahassee) “isn’t doing enough to deal with global warming” and “”We have to be able to deal directly with this environmental concern and we can’t really get it done in Tallahassee,” “I [Continue]

Exit Glacier in Alaska Makes Exit

Exit Glacier in Alaska Makes Exit

Sarah Palin might be able to see Russia, but refuses to look in her backyard to see Exit Glacier making an exit. Exit Glacier is one of 38 glaciers in the Harding Icefield (the largest icefield entirely contained within the United States) and is part of the Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska.  Exit Glacier [Continue]

New NASA Satellite to Silence Climate Change Deniers?

New NASA Satellite to Silence Climate Change Deniers?

The OCO-2 Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 or aka the Climate Change or Carbon Cycle Observatory is now in orbit after being successfully launched on July 2 at 2:56 a.m. PDT from Vandenberg Air Force Station, California. The OCO-2 finally replaces the first OCO satellite that was destroyed on launch in 2009, which would have no doubt [Continue]

Apps That Put Climate Change Arguments to Rest

Apps That Put Climate Change Arguments to Rest

Two free applications that will help silence Climate Change and Global Warming Skeptics permanently. Climate Mobile by GeoOptics Inc. Climate Mobile (aka CliMate) is a free application available on the iPhone, iTouch and iPad from the iTunes App store that will give you access to the latest data from international satellites and surface [Continue]

BBC Documentary: Are We Changing Planet Earth?

BBC Documentary: Are We Changing Planet Earth?

David Attenborough does a 30 year comparison between natural science knowledge now and some of the most significant changes that have occurred since his various previous famous BBC Documentary series of the past which featured: The Planet, Life on Earth and the Natural Sciences. This recent BBC documentary “Are We Changing Planet Earth?” [Continue]

BBC Documentary: Can We Save Planet Earth?

BBC Documentary: Can We Save Planet Earth?

Sir David Attenborough presents the Dangers and some of the solutions. The title of the documentary is somewhat misleading, as the planet will continue to survive the real question is whether or not humans will exist in significant numbers or not. What kind of Climate Change is going to happen in the next 100 years? [Continue]

Chasing Ice (2012) Movie Review

Chasing Ice (2012) Movie Review

James Balog a photographer for National Geographic deploys time-lapse cameras over a multiple year period to document an Extreme Ice Survey of Arctic glaciers. Chasing Ice is an important movie to see because it has the potential to be a life changing event for some people. However, the film is worth the checking out if [Continue]

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