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Salem-News.com (Apr-13-2022 15:50)

Climate Change on the Back Burner

We have the knowledge, money, technology and affordable clean energy needed to cut our carbon emissions in half by 2030. But WILL WE?

(SAN FRANCISCO, CA.) - IPCC According to the April 2022 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (ipcc), the window for limiting global warming to relatively safe levels is rapidly closing.

Climate change is a threat to human well-being and planetary health.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-17-2021 11:00)

A Tale of Two Species (in The Age of Not Knowing)

Underreported and less known is how climate change affects the oceans.

(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) - sockeye salmon It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the age of information, it was the age of not knowing.

As climate change has impacted fisheries and marine ecosystems across Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, the data gathered have been surprising.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-08-2021 13:14)

The Value of What`s Not There

The value of energy not used, money not spent, time not wasted, water resources not consumed, cannot be underestimated.

(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) - climate change We need data to pinpoint when and where human-caused emissions happen, and what sources are driving them.

Data such as these help pivot from accounting to action.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-04-2021 20:55)

A World Without Money

Money is the oxygen on which the fires of global warming keep burning.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - climate change And climate change begins . . . “Three or four thousand years ago the gods began a migration from the lakes, forests, rivers, and mountains into the sky, becoming the imperial overlords of nature rather than its essence.”

So writes Charles Eisenstein in Sacred Economics.

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Salem-News.com (May-06-2015 16:15)

Researchers Measure Giant Internal Waves that Help Regulate Climate

The waves have important global implications.

(CORVALLIS, Ore.) - waves OSU Once a day, a wave as tall as the Empire State Building and as much as a hundred miles wide forms in the waters between Taiwan and the Philippines and rolls across the South China Sea – but on the surface, it is hardly noticed.

A new study documents what happens to internal waves at the end of their journey and outlines their critical role in global climate.

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