Student Blogs


My Take on Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Isatu Jalloh

  Geological records demonstrate how climate change has affected the Earth, creating national concern. For example, the emission of Greenhouse gases on the Earth’s atmosphere has led to increased heat radiation. Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, greenhouse gases have been steadily emitted into the Earth’s atmosphere.


Is COVID-19 and Climate Change Related? By a City Tech Blogger

The Covid-19 pandemic has been going on for over 2 years. The world is still confused about the protocols and regulations in terms of when we can take the mask off. I personally have missed the day where we walk and breathe freely on the street. The Covid-19


Heatwaves Are Becoming Normal Today By City Tech Blogger Shuaixiang Feng

  Heatwaves are a period of sweltering weather. While the heat waves occur in that area, animals and humans cannot be exposed to the heat for long periods of time due to heatstroke. Typically, the average temperature of a heatwave can reach 90°F, but a heatwave means here


Electric Vehicles Are The Solution of Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Zin Win Ko

If the world wants to avoid frequent extreme weather occurrences, it must drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This requires using renewable energy sources and using decarbonizing transportation, which accounts for nearly a quarter of global carbon dioxide emissions. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, 29% of


The Grand Concern of Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Kaela Barzola

Climate change is defined as the long-term alteration of temperature and typical weather patterns in a certain place according to the National Geographic encyclopedia. The most significant factor for the cause of climate change is the greenhouse effect. Only short wave radiation enters the Earth, long wave radiation


Some Societies Maladapting Against Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Simeon Alexis

In the face of climate disasters, many governments are taking a shortsighted, counterproductive approach to adaptation that not only fails to look holistically at climate impacts over time but also may worsen them. This includes building “inflexible infrastructure that cannot be adjusted easily or affordably” — think new


Climate Change & Agriculture in Jamaica by City Tech Blogger Kristin Binda

When thinking about climate change I always think about the United States because that’s where I live, but what about the small islands like my parent’s home island of Jamaica? That mainly relies on agriculture, fishing and tourism. According to the Food Agriculture Organization (FAO), agriculture including fisheries


China and the Paris Agreement by City Tech Blogger Xiao JiaLun

The “Paris Agreement” is a climate change agreement adopted at the Paris Climate Change Conference on December 12, 2015, and signed in New York on April 22, 2016. The agreement decides the global response to climate change after 2020. A major feature of the Paris Agreement is that


Global Pandemic & Climate Change by City Tech Blogger Ivan Boamah

The global pandemic has been a major environmental factor in human life for ages, as well as climate change. The world was hit by a pandemic just recently which affected many lives. COVID-19 killed millions of people and made a lot of people sick and weakened. With that


The Impact of The Storms Due to the Climatic Change by The Urban Environmentalist

A storm is any disrupted condition of the environment or the atmosphere of an astronomical body, particularly one that affects its surface and strongly implies severe weather. It is defined by significant disruptions to normal conditions, such as strong wind, tornadoes, hail, thunder, and lightning, heavy precipitation such