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  • It's been a long and hot summer, but the weather is finally starting to cool off. With Autumn just around the corner, there are plenty of options for outdoor activities to enjoy this fall. I love going on campouts or playing some backyard football ...

  • August 4, 2020 For those interested in climate change specifically, I wanted to suggest you join a secure platform similar to EarthX League for Citizens Climate Lobby . There are monthly video conference call updates, virtual conferences and more ...

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  • Technology, Markets and Bipartisanship : The Future of Climate Action An EarthX Young Professionals Virtual Event We're living in partisan times, but climate change won't wait ...

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  • When environmental conversations turn to carbon a lot of attention is paid to both atmospheric carbon in the form of greenhouse gases and terrestrial carbon such as forests. An often overlooked piece of the global carbon puzzle for both carbon sequestration ...

  • Prowling at the top of the food chain, sharks maintain the balance of the ocean ecosystem. Without them, lesser predators would deplete herbivorous fish that modulate the abundance of plant life. Yet an estimated 100 million sharks ...

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  • Sylvia Earle, renowned marine biologist and oceanographer, once called oceans “the real world bank.” She cautioned that people were making many more withdrawals than deposits. On June 10, the second day of the virtual EarthxOcean conference, ...

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  • Whaling, climate change, habitat loss — these are only a few challenges facing our oceans. Research and preservation may seem like the only steps required to progress — but public awareness and advocacy can build the momentum needed to turn the tide. ...

  • Coral reefs routinely host a quarter of the ocean’s biodiversity, and at some point more than half of fish species spend time on a reef. Those fish go on to feed hundreds of millions of people, but back at the foundation of the food chain, corals ...

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