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What the IPCC report means for Monterey County

Sep 19, 2021
We need to change the status quo of development. And fast.
Read more about COMMENTARY: With global heating, expect inferno seasons in the American West
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COMMENTARY: With global heating, expect inferno seasons in the American West

Sep 20, 2020
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"We may be experiencing an irreversible ecological tipping point, with forests in the West dying, to be replaced by scrub and grass," write Peter Kalmus and Natasha Stavros. "Tragically, even this year’s disasters are not the worst we can expect. In fact, heat waves and fires like what we are seeing in California, Oregon and Washington will continue to worsen as long as humanity continues to burn fossil fuels."
Read more about MCFEATTERS: Climate change is manmade evil
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MCFEATTERS: Climate change is manmade evil

Sep 20, 2020
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"Just weeks ago there was a kind of weird jubilation that even amid the heartbreak of the pandemic, the air seemed cleaner, the rivers more sparkling. Climate change couldn’t be that bad if a few weeks of shutdown showed such promise for the environment," writes Ann McFeatters. "That hope, like trees and homes in California, Oregon, Idaho and Washington, has vanished. Climate change is manmade evil."
Read more about FEINSTEIN: California’s burning landscape is proof of rapid climate change
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FEINSTEIN: California’s burning landscape is proof of rapid climate change

Sep 18, 2020
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"We can fund all the firefighters and air tankers in the world; we can pump billions of dollars into expensive water infrastructure; we can surround low-lying towns with levies and sea breaks — but we’ll never get ahead of these crises until we make the investments needed to reverse the course of climate change," writes Dianne Feinstein.
Read more about AGUILAR: Latinos want action on climate change
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AGUILAR: Latinos want action on climate change

Sep 02, 2020
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"Latinos are on the front lines of climate change. We care about it. We’re doing something about it. And candidates who want our votes must do something about it, too," writes Orson Aguilar. "Latino communities face disproportionate harm from climate change. More than half of U.S. Latinos live in states already feeling severe climate change impacts, from flooding and sea level rise in Florida, to scorching heat waves in Texas and the Southwest, to droughts and devastating wildfires in California."
Read more about Earth Day Through the Years
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Earth Day Through the Years

Apr 22, 2020
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Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day. While the world around us has dramatically changed since its first celebration fifty years ago, we will take a moment to reflect on the legacy of Earth Day that has continued to inspire action through the decades.
Read more about Activism from Home, Climate Strikes Go Virtual
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Activism from Home, Climate Strikes Go Virtual

Apr 21, 2020
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Youth climate coalition's three-day Earth Week strikes aren't cancelled--they're going virtual.
Read more about Farm-fed Energy with Anaerobic Digestion
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Farm-fed Energy with Anaerobic Digestion

Mar 06, 2020
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Anaerobic digestion (AD) has been hailed as an upcoming renewable energy source. These systems seem to solve two problems by removing the manure waste from farms and producing renewable energy. From California to Pennsylvania to New York, many AD projects have been successfully producing energy across the United States for years.
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Counting Whales from Space

Feb 21, 2020
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The New England Aquarium in Boston, Massachusetts, has partnered with Draper, an engineering and research company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to monitor whales with satellites in a project fittingly named “Counting Whales from Space.”