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the issues of rising global population
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Peter Attia hopes to ease the diabetes epidemic by challenging what we think we know and improving the scientific rigor in nutrition and obesity research.
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Obama Climate Change Speech
 
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Obama Tar Sands Pipeline
 
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From mining, to burning, to disposal, coal is wreaking havoc on our health and our planet.
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Right now, mostly because we've burned so much fossil fuel, the atmospheric concentration of CO2 is 390 ppm—that's way too high, and it's why ice is melting, drought is spreading, forests are dying. To bring that number down, the first task is to stop putting more carbon into the atmosphere. That means a very fast transition to sun and wind and other renewable forms of power. If we can stop pouring more carbon into the atmosphere, then forests and oceans will slowly suck some of it out of the air and return us to safe levels.
Is 350 politically possible?

It means switching off fossil fuel much more quickly than governments and corporations have been planning. But we can change that--if we mobilize the world to swift and bold climate action, and shift the world to a clean energy future.

www.350.org

 

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Additional Posts
Tim DeChristopher
 
Dave welcomes environmental activist and subject of the new film, Bidder 70.
What are Superweeds?
 
Food & Water Watch
Thermohaline Circulation
 
The THOR project determining how the THC impacts climate stability.
A History of Earth's Climate
 
a stroll down Climate History Lane
Science of Overpopulation
 
the issues of rising global population
Wrong about diabetes?
 
Peter Attia hopes to ease the diabetes epidemic by challenging what we think we know and improving the scientific rigor in nutrition and obesity research.
Poland's Dash for Gas
 
Fracking Hell? - Poland's Dash for Gas
Stop the crop
 
dangers of GM-crops
Obama Climate Change Speech
 
June 25, 2013 Complete Obama Climate Change Speech Georgetown University
200 Calories
 
What Does 200 Calories Look Like?
Supercell Timelapse
 
Supercell Timelapse North of Booker, Texas - June 3rd 2013
Baked Alaska
 
heat wave in Alaska
The Language of Dolphins
 
Could we speak the language of dolphins?
Obama Tar Sands Pipeline
 
Van Jones on the Keystone XL.
Return of the Cicadas
 
17-year periodical cicadas...
Coal 101
 
From mining, to burning, to disposal, coal is wreaking havoc on our health and our planet.
Man made Climate Change
 
CBS News panel discussing the climate change link to the extreme weather hitting the country on Face the Nation.
Marine Litter Extraction
 
Marine Litter Extraction Project. Boyan Slat.
Neil Gaiman
 
Kinetic typography to excerpt of Neil Gaiman's commencement speech
The Erosion of Civilizations
 
It is the root of our existence, supporting our feet, our farms, our cities.