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From Covid Lockdowns to Climate Lockdowns

From Covid Lockdowns to Climate Lockdowns

Seemorerocks These days I try to work things out in my head and try to reconcile contradictory ideas in my head and try to make each article I put together as if it was the last thing I wrote. I have been aware in recent weeks of talk about a “climate lockdown but have not looked further until I found this intelligent discussion: It was an interesting reflection that they use the term LOCKDOWN to describe a situation where they…

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NO NEW GROWTH in California forests

NO NEW GROWTH in California forests

“I was shocked when we went up there because usually in April we have a lot of new growth and old growth, and we didn’t see any new growth on the shrubs,” said Craig Clements, a SJSU professor and director of the center. “We weren’t seeing any of the lighter colored, bright green new growth sprouting out of the growth. Usually we take clippings of new stems and there weren’t any. This has never happened”.” ‘This has never happened’: California’s…

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We are swimming in a sea of iies

We are swimming in a sea of iies

We are swimming in a sea of lies TRANSCRIPT: CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE MELTING OF ARCTIC SEA  ICE Weekends are a time that I like to give to just thinking and assessing. That is something that I have to do frequently as the world becomes a more and more insane place and all my assumptions of yesterday have to be assessed and,min some cases thrown out. I just want to give a few examples. Just a few weeks ago the Guardian printed…

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The Australian bushfires: one of the worst or largest animal disasters in history since the ice age

The Australian bushfires: one of the worst or largest animal disasters in history since the ice age

“To give it some context, the Australian fires [are] probably one of the worst or largest animal disasters in history since the ice age,” Kiwi volunteers jump the  ditch to help fire-affected Australian animals NZHerald, 12 January, 2020 Animals fleeing the devastating Australian bushfires were like a tsunami, a New Zealand volunteer rescuing wildlife in New South Wales says. There are fears some of Australia’s native species – like the Kangaroo Island dunnart – may even become extinct because of…

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