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Last week on Twitter I lamented the simplistic public discourse on climate change, how it's often framed by those who dismiss the legitimate concerns of a warming planet and those who play up those concerns.
Kyle Allen, who is studying animal management, has been caring for the Goodeids as part of an extended project overseen by tutor Lee Jenkins.
Global climate change and politics are linked to each other - for better or worse.
Police officers stand guard as residents raise a banner to protest against a planned refinery in Kunming, Yunnan province, on May 4, 2013.
Sunday, May 19, marked the Silver Anniversary of the annual Eckerd College graduation commencement in Saint Petersburg.
Of those, 17 were recommended for further assessment and potential removal of both fuel oil and oil cargo.
Compiled by the European Environment Agency , the report lists data from more than 22,000 sites within the EU, Croatia and Switzerland.
Green design with interior pool and air shaft brings plenty of natural light and thermal comfort to this town house in Hanoi Electricity of Vietnam, which hiked power prices by 5 percent last year, is set to increase them again by 40 percent by the end of 2015.
A huge tornado with winds of up to 200 miles per hour tore through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on Monday killing at least 37 people.
The New York Eurasian Film Festival kicks off on May 20 with "Awakening," a documentary film from Kazakhstan about "green development." The film is the brainchild of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev's youngest daughter, Aliya Nazarbaeva.
Chris Velazco is a mobile enthusiast and writer who studied English and Marketing at Rutgers University.
Standing ankle deep in black oil in a green field in Nigeria, Donna Vorhees was startled not by the pollutant inching up her boots, but by the two barefoot women inching past her.
Cornwall MPs are to meet with Public Health Minister Anna Soubry tomorrow to press for help for victims of the 1988 Lowermoor water poisoning.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., June 7, 2011 -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a speech on May 23 in Washington, D.C., in which he said, "I envision an Israel that can dedicate even more of its creative and scientific talents to help solve some of the great challenges of the day, foremost of which is finding a clean and affordable substitute ... (more)
Imagine sitting down to a nice family dinner of beans, rice and beetles. Yes, you read that right - beetles! The United Nations is touting the benefits of edible bugs as a way to combat hunger, pollution and global warming, according to The Huffington Post .
The Caribbean does not have the luxury of time for decisive action on climate change and global warming.