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Staying current for Chapter 7 Articles from 2008–2021 Stay current index page for Chapter 7 { Ecosystem Change Contents } 2021-12-21. Sea spray is belching toxic chemicals back on land. By Elizabeth Gribkoff, Science Magazine. Excerpt: Scientists and policymakers are puzzling over how to get rid of a group of toxic chemicals found in streams […]

EF2C. 2008-2020 Why Do Volcanos Erupt?

Staying current for Chapter 2 Articles from 2008—2020 Stay current index page for Chapter 2 { Climate Change Contents } 2020-10-15. What Controls Giant Subduction Earthquakes? By Patricia Waldron, Eos/AGU. Excerpt: Subduction zones with a low dipping angle and thick sediments can produce giant earthquakes; this finding lets researchers estimate worst-case scenarios for coastlines around the world. […]

EC7C. 2008–2021 Neighborhood and Global Stewardship

Staying current for Chapter 7 Articles from 2008–2021 Stay current index page for Chapter 7 { Ecosystem Change Contents } 2021-12-21. Sea spray is belching toxic chemicals back on land. By Elizabeth Gribkoff, Science Magazine. Excerpt: Scientists and policymakers are puzzling over how to get rid of a group of toxic chemicals found in streams […]

EC6C. 2009–2021 Carbon in the Biosphere

Staying current for Chapter 6 Articles from 2009–2021 Stay current index page for Chapter 6 { Ecosystem Change Contents } 2021-05-31.   [https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/05/31/climate/wildlife-crossings-animals.html] – How Do Animals Safely Cross a Highway? Take a Look. Source: By Catrin Einhorn, The New York Times. Excerpt: The engineers were used to building overpasses for vehicles, not wildlife. But every […]

EU10C. 2015–2021 Our Energy Future

Staying current for Chapter 10 Articles from 2015–2021 Stay current index page for chapter 10 { Energy Use Contents } 2021-12-07. Seeking Space for Solar Farms, Cities Find Room at Their Airports. By Amy Zipkin, The New York Times. Excerpt: Airports around the nation are installing solar arrays on unused land, roofs and parking garages, helping them […]

EU9C. 2014–2021 Energy for Transportation

Staying current for Chapter 9 Articles from 2014–2021 Stay current index page for chapter 9 { Energy Use Contents } 2021-12-13. Looking for a Way to Soup Up Your Car? Go Electric. By Christine Negroni, The New York Times. Excerpt: Among the more than 1,000 vehicles at the Specialty Equipment Market Association’s display of automotive innovations in Las […]

EU4C. 2015–2021 Field Trip to a Power Plant

Staying current for Chapter 4 Articles from 2015–2021 Stay current index page for chapter 4 { Energy Use Contents } 2021-12-18. Is nuclear energy green? France and Germany lead opposing camps. By Rick Noack, The Washington Post. Excerpt: The French government wants to build reactors. The German government wants to shut them down. …“For the first time […]

EU3C. 2015–2021 Fossil Fuels

Staying current for Chapter 3 Articles from 2015–2021 Stay current index page for Chapter 3 { Energy Use Contents } 2021-11-23. Microbes provide sustainable hydrocarbons for petrochemical industry. By Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley News. Excerpt: If the petrochemical industry is ever to wean itself off oil and gas, it has to find sustainably-sourced chemicals that slip […]

CC10C. 2021-What Do You Think About Global Climate Change?

Staying current for Chapter 10 Articles from 2021 Stay current index page for Chapter 10 { Climate Change Contents } 2021-12-30. Militaries are among the world’s biggest emitters. This general wants them to go green. By Michael Birnbaum, The Washington Post. Excerpt: [Richard] Nugee was a three-star general at the peak of his career, after a […]

CC9C. 2022-What Are Governments Doing About Climate Change?

Staying current for Chapter 9 Articles from 2022 Stay current index page for Chapter 9 { Climate Change Contents } [during 2022, the 2022 articles are on the main Staying current page for chapter 9] 2022-07-01. As Federal Climate-Fighting Tools Are Taken Away, Cities and States Step Up. [https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/01/climate/climate-policies-cities-states-local.html] By Maggie Astor, The New York […]