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Thanks again everyone for coming out here. So I’ll be focusing on the climate science part of these lectures. I’ll be doing a talk today and another talk tomorrow. The one tomorrow will build on what we’re going to learn today. And introduce myself, I’m Justin Bandoro. I’m a PhD student in the Program in

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Shawn Carter:  It’s my pleasure to introduce Dr. Richard Palmer. Rick is Professor and Department Head at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at UMass Amherst. He also serves as our university director at the Northeast Climate Science Center, which is based there. It’s one of eight national centers funded by the USGS with Department

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Press the Bell icon to never miss a video from Testbook.com. Hello Friends & Welcome to this video. If you have watched news in the recent times, you must be knowing that due to Polar Vortex, there has been a significant decrease in temperature in North America. This Polar Vortex is causing severe temperature falls

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[music] Cities order everything around them. They order the way in which people move, the order the way in which people live and the order everything that we are doing with regards to our lifestyles. But cities also have a profound impact on the environment around it. We’ve all heard of things like urban heat

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The UK was the world’s first industrial-scale CO2 emitter Emissions in other European countries and North America shortly followed and produced CO2 over the majority of this time period Other regions—Latin America, Asia and Africa—started contributing to global CO2 emissions much later, largely contained to the 20th and 21st centuries the US and Europe dominate

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Hi, everyone. My name is Greta Thunberg. I am a 16-year-old climate activist from Sweden. I am grateful for being with you here in the USA, a nation that to many is the country of dreams. I also have a dream. I have a dream that people in power, as well as the media, start

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[NEWMAN:] It’s my pleasure to introduce Vandana Singh, who is a professor of physics at Framingham State University. She’s a former particle physicist currently engaged in transdisciplinarity, oh that’s much better, see now I can see that I said, that it should’ve been transdisciplinary, I made up a new word, scholarship of climate change with

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[MUSIC PLAYING] This presentation is brought to you by Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, and a generous investment by Julie Ann Wrigley. Wrigley Lecture series. World-renowned thinkers and problem solvers engage the community in dialogues to address sustainability challenges. [MUSIC PLAYING] I would like to get the evening– or, I

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If you thought the cabal pushing catastrophic man-caused climate change couldn’t get any more hysterical or manipulative… well, you’d be wrong. A new report from the United Nations Human Rights Council has just linked climate change to the racism of apartheid. Apartheid? Really? You mean, terms like “climate crisis,” and “climate emergency” are no longer

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