Tag Archives | Climate Change

Climate Change: Breeding Ground of Disease

Climate change has the potential to create an unprecedented refugee crisis by making areas of the world uninhabitable. Obviously, but is still should be mentioned, climate change affects the entire world. Whether it is extreme drought in Somalia, heatwaves in the Persian Gulf, hurricanes in Puerto Rico, or extreme snowfall across the East coast of […]

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An Unlikely Solution to Climate Change

Artificial Intelligence has been making waves in the past decade and the opportunities it unleashes are endless. AI is able to find, analyze, and understand millions of different articles, journals, and scientific reports. Because of this feature, AI would be able to analyze the data concerning climate change, the possible solutions or, at least, mitigation […]

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Climate Change: Cleaning Up Carbon Dioxide

We can attempt to protect ourselves from the effects of climate change, but we still have to address the future effects of climate change. Cutting emissions will help not make the situation worse; however, it does not significantly improve the situation. Even if emissions were cut to zero, we would still have to deal with […]

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Climate Change And Its Cost On The U.S.

Climate Change is a serious and impending issue that has not been addressed properly, particularly by this current administration. According to sources, the U.S. is in danger of losing billions of dollars. This is obviously a serious issue, considering almost all U.S. citizens know that the U.S. National Debt is over $20 Trillion, and rising. […]

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Climate Change: A Clean Space

Climate change is often thought of as the result of the greenhouse effect; and therefore, the cause of the rise in sea level, and bizarre weather patterns, such as extreme heat waves and record-breaking hurricanes. While all of this is true, the focus on climate change is centered on the weather occurrences being observed and […]

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Climate Change: The End of National Parks

Our national parks are dwindling and fading away and a majority of the damage has occurred in the last decade. The National Parks Service has declared 412 national parks and monuments threatened because of loss of glaciers, rising sea level, wildfires, and rising temperatures. Ecosystems are in danger and national icons like Ellis Island and […]

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Politics on Climate Change

Politics and its role in climate change affects each and every one of us in the United States. Politics affects how many of the citizens and residents in our country view topics and hold opinions, and more importantly, affects our ability to take any action towards a cause. In the topic of climate change, we […]

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Climate Change: Moving with a Flood

Weather occurrences such as extreme rainstorms, hurricanes, and tsunamis are viewed as destructive forces which is true given how land, and infrastructure are used. Whether it is the skyscrapers in cities, neighborhoods in suburbs, or farmland in rural areas, none are capable of adapting in the middle of an extreme flood or storm. However, these […]

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