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Climate Change: How Skewed Are We... Really? A resource for people looking to find out about the science and the impacts of Climate Change
Climate Change: How Skewed Are We... Really? A resource for people looking to find out about the science and the impacts of Climate Change

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Climate Change Daily Vids 2017: Including -Australian agtech company The Yield is revolutionizing farming practices
Climate Change: How Skewed Are We... Really?
Climate Change: How Skewed Are We... Really?
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Climate Change Daily Vid Dec 15 2017:Australian agtech company The Yield is revolutionizing farming practices
Australian agtech company The Yield is revolutionizing farming practices by using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help growers understand data and adopt more sustainable practices. The Yield is an Australian agricultural technology company. ...
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Climate Change Daily VId Dec 14 2017:Kenya, government and U.N. help with Coral reefs
Coral reefs stop erosion, and are incredibly biodiverse. Mangroves store carbon and keep rising seas at bay. But U.N. officials say we are losing both at an alarming rate. In Kenya, government and U.N. officials are enlisting locals to help replace what is ...
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Climate Change Daily VIds Dec 13 2017: Bloomberg and Carney spreading the word
Forget the Trump Administration's stance on Climate Change, Americans, both individuals and companies turn up to Paris Summit to provide support. The risk is that people aren’t thinking about this sufficiently, and that there’s a bigger adjustment that come...
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Climate Change Daily Vids Dec 12 2017:Bib Inglis' Son made him believe the Climate Change Facts
Republican politician Bob Inglis used to think that climate change was nonsense; but his son--and science--changed his mind. Today he advocates letting market forces do their work. "The thing to do is to make it apparent in the marketplace what the costs of...
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