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The Better Futures Forum story in GB weekly

The Better Futures Forum story in GB weekly

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“Scotland of the East”

Originally posted on Island Voices – Guthan nan Eilean:
Island Voices were heard in Shillong, India, (the “Scotland of the East”) in October last year as part of the 2019 Year of Indigenous Languages celebrations at North-Eastern Hill University, where…

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Daily weather now bears the fingerprints of global warming – The Washington Post

By Andrew Freedman January 2 For the first time, scientists have detected the “fingerprint” of human-induced climate change on daily weather patterns at the global scale. If verified by subsequent work, the findings, published Thursday in Nature Climate Change, would…

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Special Report on Climate Change and Land — IPCC site

Special Report on Climate Change and Land — IPCC site — Read on http://www.ipcc.ch/srccl/

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History’s Largest Mining Operation Is About to Begin It’s underwater—and the consequences are unimaginable.

Deep-Sea Mining and the Race to the Bottom of the Ocean – The Atlantic Unless you are given to chronic anxiety or suffer from nihilistic despair, you probably haven’t spent much time contemplating the bottom of the ocean. Many people…

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Indigenous Activism at #COP25

Indigenous people were highly engaged both inside and outside COP 25, the UN Climate Conference just ended in Madrid, in December 2019. These video pieces provided by the Indigenous Rising Media team highlight the critical role of Indigenous people’s activism…

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Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene

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Regions Will Be Uninhabitable, From Unrelenting Heat & Humidity. Primer on Wet Bulb Temp — Paul Beckwith, Climate System Scientist

Human Body Limit to Heat Stress from Abrupt Climate Change // Aug 3, 2018 The average persons core body temperature is 98.6 F (37 C). Human skin is a few degrees colder, being about 35 C (95 F). Heat travels…

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Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change

By Nathaniel Rich Photographs and Videos by George Steinmetz AUG. 1, 2018

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IPCC Climate Talks: Indigenous Perspectives

Shared from Terra Informa’s report on the IPCC Conference on Cities and Climate Change, held in Edmonton, Canada, in 2017. via IPCC Climate Talks: Indigenous Perspectives

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