Monthly Archives: March 2012

Earth Hour 2012

Earth Hour originated in Sydney, Australia when in 2007, The World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) encouraged the citizens of Sydney to turn their lights off for one hour in support of climate change action. The following year, in 2008, Toronto signed … Continue reading

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Tough Questions

Since the beginning of this class, I have been hoping to come across ideas, through my research, that I could promote to help mitigate the effects of climate change.¬†Luckily, my classmates and I have found many such articles. There are … Continue reading

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Women & Climate Change

Hey all!! According to Oxfam in Canada, “Women are the most likely to suffer from climate change, but they are also the most capable of creating change and adaptation within their communities.“ They believe that women with social power can … Continue reading

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Antarctic Penguins in Peril

Do you remember back in grade school and camp when in order to get to know each other, you were required to go around the circle, say your name, your favourite colour, your favourite animal and what you want to … Continue reading

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Nations at Risk!

The severe impacts of climate change are affecting nations all over the globe. Afghanistan, Iraq and central and western Africa may be more vulnerable to adverse effects of climate change then we have let on. ¬†Conflicts of decreased water supplies, … Continue reading

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Climate Change & Animal Diseases

Hi, This link below show you how could climate change affects animal life. Enjoy =) Afnan.

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Climate Change & Animal Health

Hi all, Last time I discussed how could climate change affect human health. This time I am going to discuss how climate change affects animal life. “More and more countries are indicating that climate change has been responsible for at … Continue reading

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