Category - Oceans/Seas

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Gray Whales Are Dying: Starving to Death Because of Climate Changele Carcass Ready for Articulation

Word: A really brief piece coming from me at the moment? WTF? Yah! I write about this fellow as a result of he has been part of curriculum improvement and...

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Climate Chaos Coming to You Streaming on Netflix

One other earth day but no rolling strikes, no large shut downs, simply audio system and cheese and crackers, man To reverse the consequences of civilization...

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Threading the Eye of the Needle: A Few Greenies Ain’t Gonna Cut Climate Change

Needle in a haystack. Little Dutch Boy placing fingers in leaking dike. The seashore clean-up alongside the Central Oregon Coast, close to Devils Punch Bowl...

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Tidepools, Dungeness Crabs, Serenity-Fed Beaches and Recreation a Thing of the Past?

There isn’t a larger failure than the failure to answer this ecological disaster. We’d like a wartime-speed mobilization and a simply transition to...