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Record Low Arctic Sea Ice Maximum - 2016
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Published on Mar 28, 2016

Arctic sea ice appears to have reached a record low wintertime maximum extent for the second year in a row, according to scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center and NASA. This short animation shows the Arctic sea ice freeze cycle from the last summertime minimum extent to March 24, when it reached its wintertime maximum extent: at 5.607 million square miles, it is the lowest maximum extent in the satellite record.

Credit: NASA Goddard's Scientific Visualization Studio/C. Starr
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The Importance of a Water Ethic by Elder, Barnett, Schmidt et.al.
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If you think technology is going to be the big fix to address the availability, use and conservation of water, you might want to give a close listen to the idea of a Water Ethic.

From the Center for Humans and Nature's Fostering a Water Ethic project, contemplate the many compelling reasons as to why a water ethic is essential for helping do the right thing by each other,by the generations that follow us, and by the whole community of life. For more information on the Water Ethic visit Humans and Nature here.
Viewpoints from Dorene Day Midewaunnikwe (Water Woman); Jane Elder, Executive Director, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters; Cynthia Barnett, Environmental Journalist and Author; Jeremy Schmidt, Assistant professor, Carlton University; Rick Kyte, Director, D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership; Christiana Peppard, Associate Professor, Fordham University; and Josephine Mandamin (Ojibwe), Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve.
Published on Mar 16, 2016
EarthSayers Cynthia Barnett; Doreen Day; Jane Elder
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Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection One Water More Details
Sustainability Pioneers 4: It Takes a Leader
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The "Doomsday Clock" now stands at three minutes till midnight due to the rapid progression of the climate crisis. Unchecked climate change is now as serious a risk to humanity as the nuclear weapons for which the Doomsday Clock was created. World leaders have failed to do what is necessary to stop the course of climate change. Yet, there are leaders who are modeling ways to turn back the clock. Sustainability Pioneers visits one of them, Borough Manager Mario Leone, Jr, from Monaca, Pennsylvania. Monaca has reduced utility costs by 25 percent, thanks to energy saving strategies initiated by Mr. Leone. Published on May 14, 2015


Become a Sustainability Pioneers supporter and make a tax-deductible donation at sustainabilitypioneers.com.

EarthSayers Kirsi Jansa; Mario Leone, Jr,; Matthew Mehalick
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David Attenborough & Tim Flannery on Climate Change
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Published on Dec 22, 2015

We were thrilled to be joined on The RSA stage by Sir David Attenborough and explorer and conservationist Tim Flannery, who spoke passionately about an era-defining issue; climate change.
EarthSayers David Attenborough; Tim Flannery
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Uncertainty, knowledge and climate change by Stephan Lewandowsky
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Published on Dec 3, 2015
We speak to guest editors Stephan Lewandowsky, Chair in Cognitive Psychology, University of Bristol and Richard Pancost (Professor of Biochemistry) about their Philosophical Transactions examining the relationship between scientific uncertainty about climate change and knowledge from physical, economic and social perspectives.
EarthSayers Stephan Lewandowsky; Richard Pancost
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Arctic oil drilling: | Keep it in the ground
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Published on Jul 16, 2015

It is on the verge of another attempt to extract some of the estimated 400bn barrels equivalent of oil and gas at the top of the world. But drilling in the Arctic is expensive and dangerous. And oil prices have fallen dramatically. Will this and government action thwart Shell's ambitions? Published on Jul 16, 2015 BY THE GUARDIAN.
See also This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein here.

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Why World is Finally Ready to Track Climate Change
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At the UN 2015 Paris Climate Conference between 30 November and 11 December, governments of more than 190 nations will meet for a new global agreement on climate change.

The world changed a lot since they last met in Copenhagen in 2009, when countries united – but didn't seal the deal. From the rise of renewables to changing attitudes of big polluters like the US, here's why will this year's deal could be better.

Guardian website

Suggested videos:

Could Arctic oil drilling save the climate? Here.

Naomi Klein: This Changes Everything. Here.

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The Nation LIVE! with Naomi Klein
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Published on Oct 18, 2015

Naomi Klein author of "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate" speaking;

at the event The Nation LIVE!! at Town Hall Seattle October 15, 2015.

To order her book from Amazon click on the image or visit your local bookstore. Thank you.

EarthSayer Naomi Klein
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Rising Seas: Science on the Greenland Ice Sheet with Tom Wagner
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Around the World Sea levels are rising. Tom Wagner of NASA takes the viewer on a deep dive into sea level rise research as NASA scientists and their colleagues discuss their research on and around the Greenland Ice Sheet. To learn more about NASA research and the study of sea level rise, go here for more information.

Thomas P. Wagner is the NASA Program Scientist for the cryosphere. He directs NASA activities for study of the earth's polar regions, glaciers, sea ice, and related aspects of climate change and sea level rise

Published on Sep 15, 201

EarthSayer Tom Wagner
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Changing the Climate Story
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Climate One is actively changing the conversation around energy, economy, and the environment. We invite you to make Climate One a part of your story by joining us at The Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco.Published on Sep 9, 2015

"I think the most important person to contact on
these issues is the person you see in the mirror." Sylvia Earle

David Crane, CEO, NRG; Steve Schmidt, Advisor, McCane for President, 2008; Brian Fagan, Author, The Attacking Ocean; Eugenie Scott, Executive Director, National Center for Science Education; Joe Romm, Founding Editor, Climate Progress; Lisa Jackson, VP, Apple, Environmental Initiatives; Jane Lubchenko, NOAA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of Energy; Adam Lowry, Co-Founder, Method Products; Daniel Goleman, Author, Ecological Intelligence; Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Explorer in Residence; Joshua Freedman, CEO, Six Seconds; and Gina McCarthy, Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

EarthSayers Sylvia Earle; Lisa Jackson; Adam Lowry
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