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City-Tech Bloggers – You’re the Best!

Thanks to all our wonderful City-Tech students who enthusiastically contributed to ClimateYou. For the last three months starting in October, you have written about hot topic climate change issues including greenhouse gases, sea level rise, artic ice melt, droughts, floods, the impacts on wild life. Your writing was excellent and needed little editing. You each brought your own particular perspective, sharing a breadth of topics. It was your distinct voices that made our readership numbers spike on a regular basis and that kind of activity was because of your blogs. ClimateYou greatly benefited from you all. city-tech-bloggers-2

Some of you contributed great comments in response to certain posts and that opened up a conversation. We must keep that conversation and your engagement going! I invite you to continue to contribute to ClimateYou. Your voices are invaluable!

A special THANKS to Dr. Reginald Blake who allowed his class the opportunity to blog and thank you City-Tech Bloggers for your interest in ClimateYou, your concern for climate change issues!  You’re the best!

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