Category Archives: Adaptation and Mitigation

I Thought Being More Danish Meant Being More Tasty!

Climate change is happening. A major contributor to climate change is the emission of Green House Gases (GHG) due to the burning of fossil fuels. An overhaul to our current power generation and fuel infrastructure is a major hurdle in … Continue reading

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The Sinking of Tuvalu

Tuvalu is a small island nation located in the South Pacific Ocean.  With a maximum elevation of 4.6 m and an average elevation of only 2m about sea level, Tuvalu is one of the most vulnerable countries to the impacts … Continue reading

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Travel where the Grass is Greener

As you can likely imagine, several tourism related activities have a largely negative impact on the environment, and with growing interest in travel, it is crucial that they be mitigated. Tourism is one of the main sectors of the world … Continue reading

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Good Idea? Bad Idea?

When I started this post, I went to TED talks. Searched for ‘climate change’. This is what I found. This video made me ask several questions. The first was “why have I not heard of anything like this before?” and … Continue reading

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Make it bettererer?

Alright, A lot can be made about the dangers our world is facing with climate change. SO,  as much as I want to point out the problems that our world faces, I would rather like to spend  a moment talking … Continue reading

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Are You “Antsy” About Climate Change?

Climate change affecting insects? Who knew that was possible!? More often than not, you hear bitter remarks about how people dislike winter. They do not enjoy wearing poofy jackets and boots, to make their way through slush and snow to … Continue reading

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