Category Archives: climate change

Climate Change Is Real!

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Five Signs the Climate is Changing

Where I live the climate is clearly changing and impossible to deny.  See the video from Climate Reality on five indicators the climate is changing. View    here.  Five Changes from Climate Reality: Air temperatures over land are rising. It’s clear … Continue reading

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Storm Lake Wins a Pulitzer

We love an underdog, and when a small town Iowa newspaper takes on the industry that dominates its state you pay attention! The Storm Lake Times has just won a Pulitzer Prize for editorials on Iowa’s water problems caused by agriculture. To me this is a … Continue reading

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A Thought for Meatless Monday

This is from the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

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It’s Reality

We don’t appear to have a government that will protect us from carbon pollution and our warming climate. Because of this, we all need to take more personal responsibility for our earth. It is amazing what we can do working together.  How … Continue reading

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Ways to Complain

  NO one has called, but the White House comment line is closed! No one has made calls to Donald Trump complaining about his renewal of the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines??? The White House comment line has been closed for a … Continue reading

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A New Frozen Look

February 1st, Lake Superior waves were crashing and pounding the shore, and it was reported that only 5% of the big lake was covered with ice. I was surprised that early morning February 2, our bay became covered with ice. … Continue reading

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