Oakley and Casey Jones, tourists from Idaho Falls, navigate the flooded streets of Miami Beach as they enter their hotel during last year’s king tide. Image by Emily Michot firstname.lastname@example.org Image Credit: Miami Herald What would 20 million climate refugees look like? The state of Florida has almost that many people, many of them concentrated on … More Climate Change Refugees: Only the Beginning
It’s clear that climate change is having an effect here on Earth, as temperatures rise, extreme weather takes its toll, and the natural environment continues to change. One main cause of climate change on Earth is, in fact, the very humans inhabiting it. Our massive consumption of electricity, as well as energy used through industry, … More A Little Goes a Long Way: Simple Tips for a Greener Home
While Bill Gate’s recent opinion piece in MarketWatchfocuses on the farmers in developing nations, the answer to this question is “everyone.” Mr. Gates argues that farmers in developed nations have the technology and governmental support to manage these risks, but the impacts of climate change that begin with farmers resonate much further than the fields. … More Who Suffers From the Impacts of Climate Change?