Guys! you see there’s still water logs at many places It rained heavily last night. It rained yesterday and day before also.. so you can see that.. what is the situation right now, it’s awesome weather now!! and it was published in Gulf News that.. temperature is going down 4 degree today! Today I’m going
Welcome from the US Fish & Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. My name is John Ossanna, and I would like to welcome you to our webinar series held in partnership with the US Geological Survey’s National Climate Adaptation Science Center. Today’s webinar is titled, “Aquatic Ecosystem Vulnerability to Fire and
So, in an attempt to remove the oil slick that keeps showing up on the top of my planted tank I’ve gone and got the eheim 350 skimmer filter. So ever since I changed to a canister filter on my planted tank I’ve been noticing a small oil slick on the top of the surface.
Welcome! Thanks! You … We saw some images of you when you were 15, now you’re 16. From the climate conference in Poland. What was that like for you … … to speak there and to be there? Was it impressive seeing … … how this climate work happens, close by? It was definitely an
There’s a reason the word smog was invented in California. We set air quality standards even before there was a federal clean air act. And you can also thank the Golden State for those yellow energy save stickers on your refrigerators. Modern environmental activism was born in California decades ago, and that sensibility remains embedded
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Okay, hi everyone welcome this is a great turnout there’s still some people trickling in but we’re going to go ahead and get started I Adrienne Russell. I’m a professor in the Department of Communication an associate director of the center of her communication and specific engagement which is hosting this event and Just before
>>NATHALIE GOODKIN: You can look out at a calm ocean, and it looks like nothing’s happening, but in reality, there are so many forces that are happening within that water. It’s going to change at night. It’s going to change depending on where you are on the planet. You have ice that’s melting and forming.
Since the beginning of industrialization, people have been putting carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Those trap heat, which increases the odds of higher temperatures, sea level rise, dangerous weather, with broad consequences for the environment, for our economies, and for national security. Those broad consequences are what put together is climate
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