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April 2020

CITY TECH BLOG

In Deep Water

In Florida, there are many things that are certain. There are always hot days, there is traffic on the Interstate, and there is a looming fear

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Climate Change in the Future

The change of climate throughout the world is due heavily to the interference of mankind’s polluting  the atmosphere with chemicals.  By burning fossil fuels we

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Arctic and Antarctic Ice Sheets

Ice sheets form over a thousand years when the snow does not melt during the summer months. The combined snow layers over the years pile

OUR TAKE

Read this Article, Heed this Message

ClimateYou customarily cites articles that inform our readers about some aspect of climate change. We summarize, comment on, or critique them, and we always provide

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COVID-19 as an Eye-Opener

The recent pandemic of COVID-19 has resulted in lockdowns everywhere   in order to maintain social distancing and reduce the spread of the virus. This has

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Oil Will Rebound, But Not By Much or For Long

Haley Zaremba, writing for Oilprice.com, sketches a scenario whereby oil would once again be selling for $100 a barrel. Dream on.  All long-time oil industry watchers know

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Climate Change in  My Home: NYC

     We all know New York City is renowned  for being the capital of the world with its jaw-dropping skyline,  and some may  know it