“How A 7th Grader’s strike against climate change exploded into a movement”

Alexandria Villasenor, 13, skips school to strike in front of the United Nations, with signs reading: “School Strike 4 Climate” and “Cop24 Failed Us.” (Sarah Blesener/For The Washington Post Full Article Link in The Washington Post   By Sarah Kaplan February 16 at 10:00 AM "NEW YORK — On the ninth Friday of her strike, …

10,000 UK students converge on London, taking off school for their future

These teenagers and youth have been at the study on Global Warming and Climate change!  They know their stuff.  To suggest the "Climate movement has been co-opted," is ludicrous.  Unless co-opting means the real victims of climate change are in leadership of the movement. But on another note.  We do not have time for movements.  …

Arctic Sea-Ice: Less in 2018-2019 than in benchmark season of 2011-2012

Full Article and Website Link Arctic Sea-Ice News   "In January 2019, a pattern of high-altitude winds in the Arctic, better known as the polar vortex, weakened, sweeping frigid air over North America and Europe in the second half of the month. Arctic sea ice extent remained well below average, but temperatures in the far …

Carl Sagan on “Environmental Refugees” and by extension “The Wall”…

In 1990, the famed Professor Dr. Carl Sagan ("COSMOS") somewhat ironically, gave a lecture on the reality of Global Warming in North Carolina.  Ironically, because North Carolina is one of the Southern States of the USA hardest hit with the effects of Global Warming through the recent Hurricanes, flooding, and storm surge. I have copied …

Climate Change Strike: What Parents Need To Know About Why Kids Are Skipping School

Full Article Link Victoria Richards, Freelance writer, HuffPost UK "Thousands of students across the world are skipping school this Friday, 15 February, to protest the effects of climate change. "Students in 40 cities and towns across the UK will join those in the US, Australia, The Netherlands and Uganda to call for greater government action …

“Our world shouldn’t have to have conservation, because our planet should be respected and preserved.”

"This is our future we're talking about," she says. "We can all do something, because small things do add up." "In Lancaster, Rosie Mills successfully campaigned to get her local council to declare a "climate emergency", after gathering more than 1,000 signatures for her petition - all while studying for her A-levels. "It means under-18s …