I wish it were simply that easy…to just pickup things where I left them. My last contribution to Climate Aware was in June 2020, and prior to that, my last team effort was in mid 2019. But before I get into the reason behind this post, I feel it necessary to apologize to anyone who … Continue reading Picking Up Where I Left Off
Let me start by admitting I am a novice fly fisherman. I don’t know all of the terminology, the names of fish, what they look like, what type of fly to throw, or even how to tie all of the knots, but there is one thing I do know; I love fly fishing. I was … Continue reading Catch the Hatch: Adventure in the Golden Trout Wilderness (pt.1)
A group of fourth year Mechanical Engineering students at the University of Calgary in Canada has begun work to investigate an alternative form of wind power as part of their Capstone Project. The concept was proposed by a Climate Aware team member, Ron Forth. The idea does not use turbines, and is thought to have … Continue reading Alternative Wind Power Idea Moves Forward at the University of Calgary
Friday, September 20, 2019 kicks off a week-long call for global climate action just before the U.N. Summit on Climate Change begins in New York City. This intergenerational movement is unlike any other, mobilizing millions of concerned citizens of Earth. It is an amalgamation of science and action to demonstrate the need for political and cultural … Continue reading September 20, 2019: A Global Climate Strike For All
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the current administration is preparing to revoke the California waiver which, under the Clean Air Act, allows California to set greenhouse gas emissions for model year 2009 and newer motor vehicles (EPA, 2009). Currently California applies cleaner vehicle emission standards than what is required by federal law. Thirteen … Continue reading Trump Administration Set to Revoke California Emission Standards
Dr. Kim Cobb is a leader, and born scientist who is helping steer the discussion on climate change and shape our future. She is an advance professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and has been studying climate change and paleoclimate for nearly two decades.