Category Archives: Adaptation

Summer Weather Safety

  Summer Weather Safety Posted on June 30, 2017 by rsingram Now that Summer is here, these extreme weather conditions is something that we should always be aware of.  Phoenix, Arizona just went through a week of temperatures peaking over … Continue reading

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The Climate Mobilization War

THIS IS NOT OUR FUTURE The Climate Mobilization Victory Plan: Foreword Paul Gilding September 16, 2016   http://www.postcarbon.org/the-climate-mobilization-victory-plan-foreword/ Ed. note: The Climate Mobilization Victory Plan, written by Ezra Silk, is a policy document that tangibly demonstrates how the U.S. could … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Sedona. Arizonas 2nd Dark Sky Community!

Have you ever seen the Milky Way? Many young people (under 40 yrs) have never seen the full glory of the Milky Way.  Whats the reason you might ask?  It’s simple…its called Light Pollution. Ok, so you went camping and … Continue reading

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Antarctica at Risk!

The 400 parts per million threshold has been reached at the South Pole! According to NOAA, the threshold of irreversible climate disruption has been reached at the South Pole.  This has not occurred in 4 million years and is an … Continue reading

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Adaptation – Volume – 10 – Battling the Urban Heat Island Effect!

There have been many studies that show concrete and asphalt and Urban Sprawl increase the temperatures of our Cities and our World! The Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect is a huge topic. There is study after study devoted to investigating … Continue reading

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Are Electric Cars for you?

My first question to myself was…How Many different electric cars are there for sale? Ever since I put solar panels on my house and reduced my electric bill considerably, I have been thinking….Maybe I should get an electric car to … Continue reading

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Adaptation – Volume 6 – Water Conservation and Harvesting

Is Peak Water going to be a Limiting Factor to growth and production? Peak Water is getting a lot of discussion lately.  In 2010, the New York Times used “Peak Water” as one of the Words of the Year!  Morgan … Continue reading

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Troglodytes of the World Unite!

Whether you live in a Natural Cave or a Man Made Cave either way… Caves are the new Cool abodes! They are undoubtedly the most ecologically friendly homes and in light of increasing heat and unsettled weather may provide us … Continue reading

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Adaptation – Volume 3 – Little Things

According to a recent Gallup Poll, many Americans do not believe climate change is going to impact them during their lives! The majority believe that Climate Change has already started. This is up from a few years ago… “More specifically, … Continue reading

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Adaptation Volume 2 – Floating Houses

A Floating House to rise with the Rising Seas? Seems Like a Simple idea! In the South Pacific and Malaysia areas many of the tribal people have learned that the ocean does impact their lives whenever a storm hits!  They … Continue reading

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