Carbon Dioxide
0
PARTS
PER
MILLION
Global Temperature
2°F
SINCE
1880
Sea Level
0
INCHES
PER YEAR
US Extreme Weather
$ 300
BILLION
2017-19
Greenland Ice Sheets
0
BILLION
TONS 2019

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OUR TAKE: Wildfire Update 2022 by ClimateYou Senior Editor Abby Luby

At any given moment thick, rolling smoke plumes covering several thousand acres are spewed out by raging wild fires burning all over the world. From Asia to Africa, Europe to North and South America, these extreme fires are exacerbated  by heat waves and droughts, the perilous extreme weather

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OUR TAKE: Gender Equity is Crucial to Fight Climate Change

That women and children have long been victims of the adverse impacts of climate change is not surprising. As global warming creates more extreme weather conditions, women and children living in vulnerable, impoverished countries hit by floods or drought have suffered exponentially and are forced to leave their

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ClimateYou Interviews Climate Artist & Writer Melissa Fleming

Climate Artist Melissa Fleming   Editor’s Note: ClimateYou.org has long appreciated the climate artwork of Melissa Fleming and her popular blog The Weather Gamut, that discusses all things related to weather and climate change.  Following is our interview with Fleming. ClimateYou: Is your approach to the weather/art connection

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The Silencing of Science by M.Annenberg, ClimateYou Guest Contributor

(Editor’s Note:  This essay is excerpted from Artist/Writer M.Annenberg’s  artist talk about the melting glaciers of the Hindu Kush) American democracy is skating on thin ice, when the potential loss of drinking water for one billion people, because of melting glaciers, is not considered news in the American

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My Take on Climate Change: A Dangerous Future by a City Tech Blogger

  The effects of climate change are real, they are happening right now, and some are irreversible and will last for centuries even in the best-case scenario. The pandemic and confinement have helped us highlight the impact we all have on the environment. Quarantining was a break and

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My Take on Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Fareen Bacchus

My Take On Climate Change is that climate change is real and it’s happening everyday, naturally and with human activity. One thing that I noticed is that our winters aren’t as harsh as ten years ago. Now we tend to have shorter and less harsh winters. Our summers

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My Take: Our Fight on Climate Change by a City Tech Blogger

Climate change is a topic not many people ponder when going about their daily lives. Although we experience the effects everyday, we like to feign ignorance to the damage we are causing to the planet. I am, of course, no exception to this and like to think that

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My Take on Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Jenson Mendez

What is Climate? Climate is the average of weather taken over a long period of time. What is Climate Change? Climate Change is an anthropogenic change, imposed on a system of humans. As a human in a society of humans I feel like it’s not only our responsibility

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Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Spring 2020

In spring 2020, an innovative three-way collaboration took place between ClimateYou, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and two City Tech classes. It was a success. City Tech students in Professor Robin Michals’ Communication Design Photography Class and those in Professor Reginald Blake’s Natural Disaster Class joined together to explore evidence of climate change at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. This unique, cross-discipline collaboration paired photography students with student writers, each reflecting and sharing his or her personal observations of how the changing climate affects nature.

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ClimateYou-City Tech-Brooklyn Botanic Garden Three-Way Collaboration

In spring 2020, an innovative three-way collaboration took place between ClimateYou, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and two City Tech classes. It was a success. City Tech students in Professor Robin Michals’ Communication Design Photography Class and those in Professor Reginald Blake’s Natural Disaster Class joined together to explore

The Greenhouse Effect

For the first time in a long time, I went to the and unexpectedly enjoyed it even though it was a required class trip. I found it amazing that the major environmental factors that we talk about in class were demonstrated in such a relatively small garden. The greenhouse

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About ClimateYou

ClimateYou provides people of all ages, interests, education levels and professions with a place to learn about climate change. At ClimateYou, you will find out about the causes and effects of climate change, interact with others from around the world, document your own local climate change, and discover ways to respond. ClimateYou is your place.

George Ropes
Senior Editor and CY Contributor

A former international relief and development worker, George Ropes has lived and worked in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. He is especially interested in how climate change affects the health and food security of people living in the developing world.

Abby Luby
Senior Editor and CY Contributor

Abby Luby is an environmental journalist, food and arts writer, and educator, whose work has appeared in The New York Daily News, SolveClimateNews, and Edible Hudson Valley. An experienced writing teacher, she now focuses on helping students to communicate about climate change.

Dedication

This website is dedicated to Dr. George H. Ropes, a math educator who lived in Westchester County, New York. He created one of the first interactive software programs in 1990 to teach students about climate change. He would applaud the efforts of ClimateYou.org to link people of all ages from around the world to explore, learn about, and communicate the many ways that a changing climate impacts life today — and what we can do about it.

Our focus is to teach you about all aspects of global climate change

About ClimateYou

ClimateYou provides people of all ages, interests, education levels and professions with a place to learn about climate change. At ClimateYou, you will find out about the causes and effects of climate change, interact with others from around the world, document your own local climate change, and discover ways to respond. ClimateYou is your place.

George Ropes
Senior Editor and CY contributor

Former international relief and development worker. He has lived and worked in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. He is especially interested in how climate change affects the health and food security of people living in the developing world.

Abby Luby
Senior Editor and CY contributor

Abby Luby is an environmental journalist, food and arts writer, and educator, whose work has appeared in The New York Daily News, SolveClimateNews, and Edible Hudson Valley. An experienced writing teacher, she now focuses on helping students to communicate about climate change.

Dedicated to:

This website is dedicated to Dr. George H. Ropes, a math educator who lived in Westchester County, New York. He created one of the first interactive software programs in 1990 to teach students about climate change. He would applaud the efforts of ClimateYou.org to link people of all ages from around the world to explore, learn about, and communicate the many ways that a changing climate impacts life today — and what we can do about it.