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Artwork: Takeshi Kawano

@1 year ago with 8 notes
#global warming 
WORST YET TO COME 
Grimmer weather seen in next 10 years
The country hasn’t seen the last of extreme weather events.
Climate projections for 2020 and 2050 by the weather bureau are even grimmer: The dry season would be drier and the wet season would be wetter, and the damage to crops and water sources would be far-reaching. Mary Ann Lucille Sering, vice chairperson of the Climate Change Commission headed by President Benigno Aquino III, said that worst-case projections were for 2020.
“But the weather is changing now,” Sering said in an interview in the aftermath of the destruction wrought by Tropical Storm “Sendong” in Northern Mindanao.
“If we say we are racing against time, then technically, we can say that,” she added.
In fact, the country is in the midst of an environmental turmoil and politicians should address this with urgency, said Rosa Perez, a climate scientist at the Manila Observatory.
“They think it is a future problem, but it is happening now,” said Perez, lead author of a UN report on climate change adaptation and sustainability.


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WORST YET TO COME

Grimmer weather seen in next 10 years

The country hasn’t seen the last of extreme weather events.

Climate projections for 2020 and 2050 by the weather bureau are even grimmer: The dry season would be drier and the wet season would be wetter, and the damage to crops and water sources would be far-reaching. Mary Ann Lucille Sering, vice chairperson of the Climate Change Commission headed by President Benigno Aquino III, said that worst-case projections were for 2020.

“But the weather is changing now,” Sering said in an interview in the aftermath of the destruction wrought by Tropical Storm “Sendong” in Northern Mindanao.

“If we say we are racing against time, then technically, we can say that,” she added.

In fact, the country is in the midst of an environmental turmoil and politicians should address this with urgency, said Rosa Perez, a climate scientist at the Manila Observatory.

“They think it is a future problem, but it is happening now,” said Perez, lead author of a UN report on climate change adaptation and sustainability.

Read more»

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@2 years ago with 12 notes
#greenpeace #climate change #global warming 
gerald-feliciano-tattoo:

tsunami tattoo in progress

gerald-feliciano-tattoo:

tsunami tattoo in progress

@2 years ago with 65 notes
#tsunami #tattoo #climate change #global warming 
@2 years ago with 12 notes
#earth #planet #climate change #global warming 
The Fence.

The Fence.

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@2 years ago with 27 notes
#conservation #global warming 
E is for Earth…

E is for Earth…

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@2 years ago with 9 notes
#earth #global warming #climate change 
I’m afraid you have humans…
bluffingtonusa:

awh :(

I’m afraid you have humans…

bluffingtonusa:

awh :(

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@2 years ago with 59 notes
#climate change #global warming 

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@1 year ago with 25 notes
#nature #quote #sustainability #global warming #climate change 
Space required to transport 60 people - car v. bus v. bicycle. Upcycled via acrossthepuddle:

The number of bike-commuters here is pretty incredible. If I happen to be in transit during 5pm-6pm, the bike lines will get backed up at least 10 deep at stop lights. I love it.And I think, why can’t NYC do this? Because I’d say 1 in 5 commuters is riding a Barclays bike, these rent-able, city-provided, chunky, bikes:They have the same sort of thing in DC, but not NYC. But I know why. It’s because NYC’s roads are nowhere near as conducive to biking as London’s. Bike lanes are relatively scarce compared to London, where not only are there bike lanes, there are sometimes medians between the bikes and the cars. Not to mention, cars DONT drive in the bus lane, which essentially is a bus-and-bike lane. It’s wonderful. And safe. And eco-friendly.

Space required to transport 60 people - car v. bus v. bicycle. Upcycled via acrossthepuddle:

The number of bike-commuters here is pretty incredible. If I happen to be in transit during 5pm-6pm, the bike lines will get backed up at least 10 deep at stop lights. I love it.

And I think, why can’t NYC do this? Because I’d say 1 in 5 commuters is riding a Barclays bike, these rent-able, city-provided, chunky, bikes:

They have the same sort of thing in DC, but not NYC. But I know why. It’s because NYC’s roads are nowhere near as conducive to biking as London’s. Bike lanes are relatively scarce compared to London, where not only are there bike lanes, there are sometimes medians between the bikes and the cars. Not to mention, cars DONT drive in the bus lane, which essentially is a bus-and-bike lane. It’s wonderful. And safe. And eco-friendly.

@2 years ago with 27 notes
#bicycle #eco #transportation #global warming #bus 

Climate Adaptation is hiring an intern for a short term project!

climateadaptation:

Hi everyone,

I need an intern for a short term project. My must haves:

  • Experience with survey work (survey monkey, etc)
  • Strong statistical analysis background
  • Preferred: Enviro/susty type background
  • Tolerance for my naive questions on the phone

Resume to: michael cote at gmail

Thanks!


Michael

@2 years ago with 14 notes
#climate change #internship #global warming 
Melting Away. Eco advert from Friends of the Earth.

Melting Away. Eco advert from Friends of the Earth.

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@2 years ago with 5 notes
#eco #global warming #advertisement 
chatatat:

Wheres my old country?

chatatat:

Wheres my old country?

@2 years ago with 2 notes
#global warming #climate change 
sciencecenter:

Walt Kelly’s illustration for the inaugural Earth Day

sciencecenter:

Walt Kelly’s illustration for the inaugural Earth Day

@2 years ago with 35 notes
#Pogo #global warming #climate change 
ReTu: Interesting take on recycling symbol. via
aalejandrodiazs:

“What Goes Around”

ReTu: Interesting take on recycling symbol. via

aalejandrodiazs:

“What Goes Around”

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@3 years ago with 51 notes
#graphic design #recycle #climate change #global warming 
1 year ago
#global warming 
1 year ago
#nature #quote #sustainability #global warming #climate change 
WORST YET TO COME 
Grimmer weather seen in next 10 years
The country hasn’t seen the last of extreme weather events.
Climate projections for 2020 and 2050 by the weather bureau are even grimmer: The dry season would be drier and the wet season would be wetter, and the damage to crops and water sources would be far-reaching. Mary Ann Lucille Sering, vice chairperson of the Climate Change Commission headed by President Benigno Aquino III, said that worst-case projections were for 2020.
“But the weather is changing now,” Sering said in an interview in the aftermath of the destruction wrought by Tropical Storm “Sendong” in Northern Mindanao.
“If we say we are racing against time, then technically, we can say that,” she added.
In fact, the country is in the midst of an environmental turmoil and politicians should address this with urgency, said Rosa Perez, a climate scientist at the Manila Observatory.
“They think it is a future problem, but it is happening now,” said Perez, lead author of a UN report on climate change adaptation and sustainability.


Read more»

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2 years ago
#greenpeace #climate change #global warming 
Space required to transport 60 people - car v. bus v. bicycle. Upcycled via acrossthepuddle:

The number of bike-commuters here is pretty incredible. If I happen to be in transit during 5pm-6pm, the bike lines will get backed up at least 10 deep at stop lights. I love it.And I think, why can’t NYC do this? Because I’d say 1 in 5 commuters is riding a Barclays bike, these rent-able, city-provided, chunky, bikes:They have the same sort of thing in DC, but not NYC. But I know why. It’s because NYC’s roads are nowhere near as conducive to biking as London’s. Bike lanes are relatively scarce compared to London, where not only are there bike lanes, there are sometimes medians between the bikes and the cars. Not to mention, cars DONT drive in the bus lane, which essentially is a bus-and-bike lane. It’s wonderful. And safe. And eco-friendly.
2 years ago
#bicycle #eco #transportation #global warming #bus 
gerald-feliciano-tattoo:

tsunami tattoo in progress
2 years ago
#tsunami #tattoo #climate change #global warming 
Climate Adaptation is hiring an intern for a short term project!

climateadaptation:

Hi everyone,

I need an intern for a short term project. My must haves:

  • Experience with survey work (survey monkey, etc)
  • Strong statistical analysis background
  • Preferred: Enviro/susty type background
  • Tolerance for my naive questions on the phone

Resume to: michael cote at gmail

Thanks!


Michael

2 years ago
#climate change #internship #global warming 
2 years ago
#earth #planet #climate change #global warming 
Melting Away. Eco advert from Friends of the Earth.
2 years ago
#eco #global warming #advertisement 
The Fence.
2 years ago
#conservation #global warming 
chatatat:

Wheres my old country?
2 years ago
#global warming #climate change 
E is for Earth…
2 years ago
#earth #global warming #climate change 
sciencecenter:

Walt Kelly’s illustration for the inaugural Earth Day
2 years ago
#Pogo #global warming #climate change 
I’m afraid you have humans…
bluffingtonusa:

awh :(
2 years ago
#climate change #global warming 
ReTu: Interesting take on recycling symbol. via
aalejandrodiazs:

“What Goes Around”
3 years ago
#graphic design #recycle #climate change #global warming