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What Is Climategate?

In November 2009, the world was rocked by a controversy that would later be dubbed “Climategate.” Leaked emails between climate scientists from the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit surfaced, sparking debates and accusations that reverberated throughout the scientific community and the media. This incident became a focal point for climate change skeptics and […]

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What Is Climate Religion?

Dalle generated image from the following prompt: Ultra wide 7mm lense photograph of Michelangelo’s giant highly detailed masterpiece of a saint floating up into heaven There is no formal “climate religion.” However, the term “climate religion” is sometimes used critically to refer to views that: In this view, climate change advocacy crosses from evidence-based science

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What is Ocean Acidification

Ocean acidification is a phenomenon that occurs when the ocean absorbs excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, causing the water to become more acidic. This process is a result of human activities, such as the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation, which have increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The Process of

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10 Processes that Remove Carbon Dioxide From the Atmosphere

By Achraf El Madnaoui The severity of the climate emergency begs a simple yet fundamental question: what if we could effectively remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere? Researchers, scientists, and environmentalists alike have identified a series of concrete actions we can take to support a more sustainable, environmentally friendly global civilization.  A large-scale carbon dioxide

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What Is Invasive Sargassum, and What Does It Have To Do With Climate Change?

By Rachel Jaeger If you explored the ocean, you would find everywhere a large, leafy, brown seaweed called sargassum. There are many kinds of sargassum, but all of them have little round structures called pneumatocysts attached to their leafy branches that are filled with oxygen, giving the seaweed buoyancy. It floats on the surface of

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The Ocean Carbon Cycle

By Rachel Jaeger Carbon—a naturally occurring element found in all living organisms on earth—doesn’t like to stay in one spot. It exists in a global carbon cycle; constantly moving from one reservoir to another, staying in some places for a matter of days, and others for thousands of years or longer. After moving through the

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