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InClimate 18; Planting Zones

Most gardeners, farmers and food producers are familiar with their Planting Zones and buy seed accordingly. As the climate changes, look to adjacent planting zones and long range forecasts. We'll have to adapt as the survivability of crops changes with…

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InClimate 17; Fever

Mother Earth’s got the fever. Global warming: Hot & cold, drought to flood, monsoon, hurricane, and tornado…Momma shakes with earthquakes. Momma shakes with earthquakes. Shake Momma shake.

 

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InClimate 16; No Disasters

Capitalism has no disasters. Of course there is human loss - but even under the direst circumstances, there’s always a profit to be made. Just ask the undertakers, the repair and new construction industries and so on and so forth.

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InClimate 15; Another Ironic Snowball

Another Ironic Snowball: Trees sequester the green house gas Carbon Dioxide and produce life sustaining Oxygen. Climate Change has already spawned die offs of native trees, especially in the Western US. As trees die, they become more susceptible to dry…

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InClimate 14; Climate Change Perpetuates Itself

As the atmosphere loads with green house gases, it has brought about a Climate Change that intensifies floods, hurricanes and droughts. Deserts expand, arctic ice melts and oceans rise ironically perpetuating more Climate Change. There have been three 1,000 year…

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InClimate 13; Not Too Late

It’s not too late for solutions that mitigate the impact of a changing climate. There were those that first denied global warming - then as evidence mounted - It's too late - became the mantra to protect continued business and…

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InClimate 12; Terms

The term Climate Change is preferred to Global Warming because even though overall the globe is warming, regional effects create weather patterns that differ. Climate Change is causing more and more severe storms, droughts, floods etc. as temperature patterns, rainfall…

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InClimate 11; Gigatons

Scientists estimate burning 565 gigatons of fossil fuels will be catastrophic for the planet. The big fossil fuel energy corporations have a good 2,795 gigatons - or 5X’s over the tipping point - in reserves, but their addiction to astronomical…

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InClimate 10; Astronauts

We are all astronauts clinging to a biosphere traveling around the sun at 67,062-mph. Survival depends on cooperation and care of our planet/craft. Individual actions combine to sustain us or sometimes create collectively parasitic practices that in the end simply…

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InClimate 9; Bottled Water

Trust the tap & maybe a filter over bottled water - 17,000,000 barrels of oil/2,500,000 tons of CO2 for those bottles - 86% aren’t recycled.

You don't really know where the water in bottled water is coming from. There's little…

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InClimate 8; Buying Time

On Buying Time. Over geological time, the climate does change. Green house gases - Carbon Dioxide, Methane and Nitrous Oxide - have been shown to dramatically speed the process. Human activity is a factor in loading the atmosphere with them…

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InClimate 7; Community

A changing climate brings with it natural disasters. Remember to create community, whom you are with may be as important as where you are. Neighbors helping neighbors have saved life, property and sped rebuilding efforts. get to know your neighbors…

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