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"yale center" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"yale center" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"We had more and more kids calling in kids just looking for somebody to talk to kids who have been isolated for an awful long time and that we got social workers there with other young people them to talk to. It just reminded me again how important it is that we reach out to the whole kid and make sure we're there for them. Programs funded by a grant from Dalio Education. The course of the Yale Centre for Emotional Intelligence is intended to be taken at your own pace. It'll be available online next month. WCBS NEWS time. 1 18 Traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Spectrum Business to crash on the B Q E Here's Jim Feldman on the North bound side in Brooklyn by Atlantic Avenue, Michael the left Lane blocked bumper to bumper traffic back to 39th Street. Still seeing some South bound delays to starting at around Metropolitan Avenue, going onto the Galanis by Hamilton Avenue from an earlier crash. Their Bell Parkway also still slow in both directions by Bay Parkway with construction, but the eastbound delays continue beyond that. Getting past nap Street getting past Mill Basin that into Queens. You've got eastbound delays getting past JFK on the Belt Parkway. Eastbound Jackie Robinson in Queens. A slow as you're approaching the Kew Gardens interchange, saying for the eastbound Grand Central Ally Eaglets eastbound, they started Grand Avenue Go all the way out towards Lakeville Road and the South Bound Cross Island Parkway jammed up to between Francis Lewis Boulevard and the both directions of the Bruckner Expressway. Heavy delays between the Bronx River Parkway in the Art of K Triborough Bridge North bound on the Hutch crossing over the drawbridge approaching Westchester County. Construction. There's causing some slowdowns and in New Jersey trouble continues on to 87 north down by exit 33..

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How batteries in electric school buses could be used to feed the grid

Climate Connections

01:21 min | 1 year ago

How batteries in electric school buses could be used to feed the grid

"In twenty eighteen. Five Electric School. Buses hit the streets of white plains. New York they provide a quiet ride with no tailpipe emissions soon. They'll do even more our economies with con Edison the utility serving White Plains. He says electric buses became available. We were able to kind of comment and say now that school buses electric what other capabilities. What does it have con. Edison leading pilot project to use White Plains buses as a backup energy source in the summer. When they're not being driven the buses can charge up at night. And then the electricity stored in the batteries can be sent back to the grid as needed con. Says this can help. The utility meet demand for electricity at peak times such as hot afternoons owns. When air conditioners are running. One bus does not provide a lot of power but there are almost half a million school buses in the US so contest a strategy that could would be scaled up. The utilities would pay for the electricity. So Con- says the arrangement could help school. Bus Operators recoup some of the cost of an electric bus. They have an opportunity opportunity to make money using those school. Buses as summertime. Batteries concepts is just one added benefit of investing in clean buses for kids across the country. Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center firm Mental Communication Lauren. More at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Dish Truck helps events reduce single-use plastic

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Dish Truck helps events reduce single-use plastic

"I'm Dr Anthony Lies Roots and this is climate connections. One of the biggest draws of a festival or fair is the food food fried dough barbecue kebabs and more but much of that tasty food is served with plastic plates cups and utensils. Everywhere I went I kept seeing amount amounts of garbage. That's Joey Diana Gates of Ithaca New York. She says using disposable plastic causes a lot of carbon pollution. The materials are extracted refine manufactured. Shift sold brought home used and discarded so four years ago Gates started a nonprofit on profit project called DESTRUC- We provide durable dishes for folks to use it events and festivals instead of disposables at the end of an event. She takes the dirty dishes. shes away. She compost the food scraps and washed the plates and silverware and a commercial kitchen gates plans to grow the project. She hopes to get her own. Kitchen worship can install a solar hot water heater and wash the dishes using renewable energy and she is exploring innovative ways to improve energy efficiency for example by a using the heat from discarded wastewater to help warm the next round of freshwater so climate conscious festivalgoers eat up. And don't worry about the dishes. Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Mental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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"yale center" Discussed on Climate Connections

Climate Connections

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"yale center" Discussed on Climate Connections

"I'm Doctor Anthony. License and this is climate connections violations of property rights for centuries Adler says framing the issue this way could inspire more support for climate action especially among groups that prioritize in climate connections is produced by the Yale Center fern buyer mental communication learn more at Yale connections dot org

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Why climate change is a property rights issue

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Why climate change is a property rights issue

"I'm Doctor Anthony. License and this is climate connections violations of property rights for centuries Adler says framing the issue this way could inspire more support for climate action especially among groups that prioritize in climate connections is produced by the Yale Center fern buyer mental communication learn more at Yale connections dot org

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Gas driller becomes climate-conscious farmer

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Gas driller becomes climate-conscious farmer

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections fifteen years ago. Michael Co batch was drilling L. and gas wells in western Pennsylvania but the boom and shallow production made it difficult for his small company to compete so we switched to farming these days likewise today I feel like I'm doing my bit to make food better make soil better make animal welfare better all those things Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center fern buyer mental communication learn more at Yale connections dot org

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Farmer experiments with more climate-friendly rice cultivation

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Farmer experiments with more climate-friendly rice cultivation

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections rice is often grown in flooded fields it called patties when it's farm this way it uses more water than any other crop in the world but rice plants do not need to be submerged in water all season greenhouse-gas growing rice with drip irrigation however reduces methane emissions it conserves water and recent research suggests it can improve yields to alone in growing rice this way around the world people are experimenting with Less water-intensive methods partly because flooded fields emit a lot of methane a potent Park Maryland. His rice grows much like a conventional vegetable crop in rows with drip irrigation to keep the field saturated when we know the climate connections is produced by the Yale Center fern buyer mental communication learn more at Yale connections dot org

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Marginalized Louisiana residents learn to lead on climate

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Marginalized Louisiana residents learn to lead on climate

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections in coastal Louisiana rising up new leaders but offers myspace to share information sharpen skills exchange knowledge and build pathways to leadership roles in position -ticipant learn the science of global warming and how it is having local impacts they discuss how race power and privilege influence policy and they joined a supportive community Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center fern buyer mental communication learn more at Yale connections dot Org

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Nonprofit helps Latinos spend time in nature

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Nonprofit helps Latinos spend time in nature

"Anthony License and this is climate connections there are hundreds of millions of acres public land in the US but not everyone has had the chance to hike in a national forest or picnic and a state park there's a gap definitely between communities of color information about conservation he says the group's goal is to encourage recreation and stewardship when people feel connected to parks and forests Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for environmental communication learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org

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Theres still hope for corals, study finds

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Theres still hope for corals, study finds

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections warmer ocean temperatures can damage corals in eventually even kill them so climate change poses a grave threat to coral reefs but a recent study suggests it's not time to despair it's time to act the tolerance for temperatures as time goes on but he says that slow process will only be possible if coral ecosystems are protected from other threats such as over fishing and pollution so he says it's critical to create protected areas where fishing is limited and pollution is controlled as oceans warm the next her different warming scenarios and what's new about what we did is that we considered the fact that cordless can actually evolve a little bit can actually evolve higher climate connections is produced by the Yale Center fern buyer mental communication learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org

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"yale center" Discussed on Climate Connections

Climate Connections

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"yale center" Discussed on Climate Connections

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections. Algae Pond May look flimsy but climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for environmental communication learn more at Yale connections dot org

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"yale center" Discussed on Climate Connections

Climate Connections

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"yale center" Discussed on Climate Connections

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections in salt marshes along the southeastern has coast. You may hear the call of McGill seaside sparrows these tiny birds build their nests in March grass but as a sea level rises their nest climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for environmental communication learn more at Yale connections dot org

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Biologist wants to protect a bird as seas rise

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Biologist wants to protect a bird as seas rise

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections in salt marshes along the southeastern has coast. You may hear the call of McGill seaside sparrows these tiny birds build their nests in March grass but as a sea level rises their nest climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for environmental communication learn more at Yale connections dot org

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Texan Marine finds his calling in the wind industry

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Texan Marine finds his calling in the wind industry

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections during his five years in the Marines Jake Tower Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for environmental communication learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org

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NYC plan will fight traffic and climate change

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

NYC plan will fight traffic and climate change

"I'm Doctor Anthony Lights and this is climate connections in Manhattan frustrated drivers often sit include lock traffic in their cars often blocked busy crosswalks putting pedestrians in danger but the city is developing a strategy to combat congestion after twenty twenty twenty it plans to charge drivers fee to enter its most crowded districts energy policy analyst Charles Coming off says the goal is to eliminate maybe fifteen eighteen percent of all of the traffic trips into and within the heart of Manhattan that means fewer tailpipe emissions and less carbon pollution. He says over time the climate benefits will grow the plan is expected to generate more than a billion dollars each year most of that will go to improving the subway system awesome so even fewer people will choose to drive coming off says that's good for the climate and people's quality of life it will make New York City function auctioned better people will be able to get around better. The city will be more economically viable as well as a more pleasant place to work live and visit he expects is that New York's example may inspire other cities with busy congested downtown's to take action. I can tell you that those cities are going to be watching New York very closely. climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Water utility collaborates with farmers to clean up pollution

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Water utility collaborates with farmers to clean up pollution

"I'm doctor Anthony lies words and this is climate connections when heavy rainfalls in northwest Wisconsin fertilizer manure can wash off farm fields into nearby waterways. This pollution contains phosphorus which can cause Algal Algal blooms and foul surface water as the climate warms. The problem could get worse. We know we're going to see increased precipitation events. We know we're going to have more severe precipitation events here. In holding is with new water Green Bay's wastewater utility state regulations require the utility to reduce phosphorus in the water it discharges but instead of building one hundred million dollar treatment plant new water decided to tackle the problem at its source the utility worked with crop and soil experts and farmers minimize runoff they experimented with planting cover crops tilling the soil less and planting grass buffers alongside fields keeping keeping those nutrients in soil where they need to be on those fields and really working for that farmer. She says the early results are promising so new waters expanding the project project into a twenty year plan. The utility is confident that by preventing run off in the first place it can reduce phosphorus pollution without an expensive new treatment plant climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Clean energy events bring together GOP and Dems

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Clean energy events bring together GOP and Dems

"I'm Doctor Anthony Lights and this is climate connections. These days bipartisan collaboration sometimes sometimes seems impossible but during National Clean Energy Week Republicans and Democrats come together for meetings in Washington. DC and workshops across the country nationally energy Greek was started really is a place for both sides of the alterly- get out of the politics and talk more about where the solutions aventure heather reams is executive director of citizens for responsible energy solutions. She says attendees ranged from policymakers and industry groups to consumers and their interests are diverse verse. Some are seeking business opportunities. Others are passionate about solving climate change some working solar others wind really allows a lot of people to get outta their silos and come together to solve problems together ream says last year it was rewarding to see people collaborate regardless of their politics picks. You couldn't tell really who is a Republican who was a Democrat on stage in most of the presentations instead of that red or blue issue. It really was a red white and blue issue for America. The fact that we came together to discuss challenges in determined solutions that we can continue a dialogue beyond national clean energy week is really exciting. climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Water filters help Guatemalans cut carbon pollution

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Water filters help Guatemalans cut carbon pollution

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections in rural Guatemala. Many people boil their the water to prevent waterborne disease that often requires tending and opened fire inside the home for hours a day. These fires caused dangerous indoor air pollution Lucien and a lot of carbon pollution to help people access clean drinking water without boiling it a company called. Eko filtro sells low cost countertop water or filters. There's a measurable indefinite significant greenhouse gas reduction when you don't have to have a fire going to boil water all the time Mark Lacroix as with natural capital partners which helps track how the filters are being used. We have one of our employees running around Guatemala pickup truck monitoring. We're constantly monitoring featuring the filters to make sure they're working. Families are using them correctly. His company also helps other businesses invest in projects like this one as a way of offsetting in some of their own carbon emissions in the case of Echo filtro. The investments help reduce the cost of the filters making them affordable for rural families. He says over over time people can actually save money by buying less firewood so it's a purchase that pays off financially for people's health and for the climate climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Will fossil fuels replace shut-down nuclear plants?

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Will fossil fuels replace shut-down nuclear plants?

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections across the country nuclear power plants Sir shutting down more than a third of them are unprofitable or scheduled to close according to the Union of concerned scientists but taking nuclear off line has trade offs for the climate nuclear is currently the largest source of low carbon electricity in the US so when a reactor shutdown another power source must replace it. That's why some states get concerned about replacing a nuclear generator with natural gas for example because now I'm increasing the carbon footprint relative gain. That's Jeff Perkins of energy and resource solutions a consulting company. He says energy efficiency is part of the solution reducing the overall demand for electricity makes it easier easier for renewables like solar and wind to fill the gap and targeted projects can reduce demand on the grid at Peak Times Perkins says the approach requires thorough planning planning to ensure that products deliver enough energy savings and just requires rigor requires the rigor that you would do when you're going to design and build a power plant extensive measurement and verification nation dot in the is crossing the ts but with careful planning energy efficiency can help replace nuclear power. I do think this is the future climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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9 states and D.C. work to cut pollution from transportation

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

9 states and D.C. work to cut pollution from transportation

"I'm doctor Anthony lies words and this is climate connections almost thirty percent of carbon pollution in the US comes from transportation mostly from cars and trucks. It's really a difficult issue for the states to tackle individually because obviously vehicles moved from state to State Vicki Arroyo directs the Georgetown Climate Center which helps coordinate alliance mid Atlantic and northeastern states working together together to address this challenge this year ten members of the alliance are designing pricing plan to reduce the emissions from transportation the idea to charge fuel suppliers hires for the pollution they generate the revenue would then be used to help bill they low-carbon transportation system to find regional solutions that help reduce the emissions from climate change through things like supporting development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure providing incentives for people to move to electric vehicles or to use transit it it could also generate resources for spending on making our transportation system more resilient to the impacts of climate change. A royal says is regional collaboration could help solve a problem that stretches beyond the borders of any single state climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Nonprofit helps research labs go green

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Nonprofit helps research labs go green

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections. When Elson Paradise started working at a research lab in highschool high school she was dismayed to find that there was nowhere to recycle disposable lamb equipment in college and Grad School. She found the same thing. I finally just said you know something has to be done about. This and I'm going to just do it so paradise started a nonprofit called mind green lab it works with labs at universities and biotech companies to help them reduce not only waste but their water and energy use which is typically very high labs often consume more than three times as much energy per square foot as office buildings. She says some labs can save energy by replacing old equipment for example older models of ultra-cold lab freezers often often use as much electricity as an entire house but now there are more energy efficient models available paradise says people also must change their habits equipment is left on twenty four seven even though it doesn't have to be. I never questioned it when I worked in the lab most people we talked to you never think about that and that's just a habit. We have to break break. She says her goal is to help. Labs grow a culture of sustainability so that cutting edge science does not come at the expense of the planet climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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Colorado woman sounds the climate alarm by ringing a bell

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Colorado woman sounds the climate alarm by ringing a bell

"I'm doctor Anthony lies words and this is climate connections last December eleventh at eleven. Am Mary you bet downing of Boulder. Colorado stood outside her state capital. Hen rang a bell. She did it to express her concern about climate change. Then people looked at me strangely strangely but it felt like okay. It feels like a right thing a good thing so she sent an email to members of our methodist church community when they said here's a crazy idea anybody anybody want to join me on the Eleventh Day of every month at eleven o'clock to raise an awareness raising alarm it was the start of a monthly interfaith event called the eleventh hour calling participants ring the bell at a local church across the street members of a Buddhist Center respond by striking. They're gone we ring the bells and strike the gongs in response back and forth for we're eleven minutes and we head out flyers we have protests is just trying to draw attention to the fact. This is what we're doing. This is why we're doing it. She says that's an opportunity for people to come together. Confront their fears about global warming and renew their commitment to action climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hi, my name is Craig I was homeless for two years, then I met Mr. Monet case manager at Catholic charities. She found a place to live and is helping me with a resume the job. I feel safe and away from the gun violence. I know to will having been a victim of the more on me with Kevin charities, the better view. They have changed my life. Chicago's good. Samaritan puts me turnaround experts to help visit Catholic charities done that. I'm Dr Anthony lies and this is climate connections. To identify the cause of global warming. Scientists study the carbon in our atmosphere carbon has three varieties three different isotopes all with the same number of protons. But three different numbers of neutrons, James Powell, the national physical sciences consortium says these isotopes are found in different proportions in different substances, for example, the carbon found in plants has a distinct ratio of the isotopes carbon twelve and carbon thirteen. There's also a difference between the carbon isotopes in living plants and those and fossil fuels which are made from plants that died millions of years ago, that's because plants contain the radioactive isotope carbon fourteen which decays over time. Geological materials like coal oil and natural gas are so old that they no longer have any carbon fourteen. So by studying isotopes, scientists can measure exactly how much of the carbon in the atmosphere today came from fossil fuels. We can't get away with saying that humans are not responsible for the carbon. That's been added to the atmosphere of the isotope don't lie, and they show it. Enjoy climate connections. Subscribe to our free daily podcast. Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication Marne. More at Yale climate connections dot org. The.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Anthony lines and this is climate connections. Last year. President Trump announced that the US will pull out of the Paris climate agreement, but almost six hundred US Catholic institutions recently signed a declaration stating that they still support climate action. We come upon this with a desire to take this out of the realm of partisanship and economic interests and to work together in order to manifest climate solutions. So manifesting the most challenging commandments of our face, which are to lower brother and sister to love our neighbor, and most importantly and most courageously to love our enemy and stepping forth and building bridges towards a common future. Jose Agudo of the nonprofit Catholic climate covenant says the diocese's parishes and schools that signed the declaration while now commit to specific actions. For example, having homilies care for creation having sessions amongst parishioners are reducing your carbon. Print in September. The covenant will share the commitments publicly we would love for the Catholic church to be a leader in an inspiration. With regard to climate action in spirit word indeed. Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication. Learn more at Yale climate connections dot org. Live here at cork and.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tech. I'm Dr Anthony lies and this is climate connections. Last year. President Trump announced that the US will pull out of the Paris climate agreement, but almost six hundred US Catholic institutions recently signed a declaration stating that they still support climate action. We come upon this with a desire to take this out of the realm of partisanship and economic interests and to work together in order to manifest climate solutions. So manifesting the most challenging commandments of our face, which are to love our brother and sister to love our neighbor, and most importantly and most courageously to love our enemy and stepping forth and building bridges towards a common future. Jose Agudo of the nonprofit Catholic climate covenant says the diocese's parishes and schools that signed the declaration while now commit to specific actions. For example, having homilies are care for creation having educational sessions. Amongst parishioners are reducing your carbon. Print in September. The covenant will share the commitments publicly we would love for the Catholic church to be a leader in an inspiration. With regard to climate action in spirit word indeed. Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication. Learn more at Yale climate connections dot org..

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He was growing up Kyle mired. Scopes evangelical family talked very little about climate change, if it was ever mentioned in my conservative. Household it was usually, the butt of a joke When Meyer Scott's brother, decided to, become, a vegetarian, for. Environmental reasons everything changed I didn't know anyone who had made the choice to stop eating meat I had just kind of, assumed they were all hemp friendship bracelet weaving tree hugging weirdos I had to make the choice of either lumping my brother into that group or suspending, my assumptions and. Hearing, him out and I chose the ladder as he learned. More about his brother's reasons Meyer Scott's own interesting climate change grew and he. Was inspired to educate others especially evangelical himself. Today he's the national organizer of young evangelical for climate action this network of Christians attends rallies signs petitions and speaks out, for a cause they feel at heart is a. Moral calling Meyer scopes goal for the group is, to do what his brother did for him For a lot of. People cross the US they're not gonna take. Climate change seriously unless their friends and their families start talking about it with them Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication Marne more at Yale climate connections dot org Cans aren't, just for beer these, days innovative. Wineries and distilleries are joining breweries in packaging their beverages in this portable lightweight and.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Most monarch butterflies spend the winter in mexico but the rest of the year they can be found throughout much of the continental us as long as there's milkweed this tall plant is the only food monarch caterpillars eat so that's where the butterflies lay their eggs but chip taylor of the university of kansas monarch watch says human development and agricultural practices including herbicide use have eliminated a lot of milk that's making it harder for monarchs define stopover sites where they can lay their eggs during their summer migration now global warming is adding more pressure on species that's already stressed for example when spring comes early in texas the monarchs might head north before milkweed is developed enough to lay their eggs ten of the last twenty years march temperatures in texas have been substantially above average almost every year that those temperatures go up in texas we see the population decline so the long term survival of monarchs depends on a big effort to plant milkweed and reduce global warming if we don't slow down it's game over for monarchs really will be game over climate connections is produced by the yale center for environmental communication learn more at yale climate connections dot org chicago's hosting the ultimate monthlong food festival this august visit ct food bowl dot com to get your seat at the.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm dr anthony liser wits and this is climate connections in the eighteen seventies the uss jeanette set sail on a voyage to the north pole and the vessel reached the arctic it got stuck in ice floes for two years the ship with its crew drifted in frigid waters even though they were stuck in the ice as still kept up the weather observations day in and day out kevin would of the university of washington says that nineteenth century naval and coast guard ships like the jeanette kept meticulous records the officers on the ship would record mini weather variables every hour so temperature barometric pressure win sea surface temperature the ship's log logbooks the really the only way we know anything about conditions over the ocean going back hundred fifty or two hundred years until recently these records could be accessed only by visiting the national archives in person but what's team has been working with volunteers to photograph and transcribe the historical data that makes it accessible to climate scientists who want to track and model changes over time when the surviving sailors from the us ginette brought their observations back from the east siberian sea they did not have global warming and their minds but their records are shedding light on our changing climate climate connections is produced by the yale center for environmental communication learn more at yale climate connections dot org i had.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm dr anthony wits and this is climate connections in the eighteen seventies the uss jeanette set sail on a voyage to the north pole and the vessel reached the arctic he got stuck in ice floes for two years the ship with its crew drifted in frigid waters even though they were stuck in the ice they still kept up the weather observations day in and day out kevin would of the university of washington says that nineteenth century naval and coast guard ships like the ginette kept meticulous records the officers on the ship would record mini weather variables every hour so temperature barometric pressure win sea surface temperature the ship's log logbooks the really the only way we know anything about conditions over the ocean going back hundred fifty or two hundred years until recently these records could be accessed only by visiting the national archives in person but what's team has been working with volunteers to photograph and transcribed the historical data that makes it accessible to climate scientists who want to track and model changes over time when the surviving sailors from the us ginette brought their observations back from the east siberian sea they did not have global warming on their minds but their records are shedding light on our changing climate climate connections is produced by the yale center for environmental communication learn more at yale climate connections dot org your money on wgn sponsored by.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At five i'm dr anthony liza wits and this is climate connections in their work artists often portrayed the challenges facing their communities and increasingly those struggles include climate change and pollution and the people who most suffer from environmental impacts are poor people people of color indigenous people that's five eon rigas of the nonprofit culture strike by supporting and sharing art from these communities her group helps elevate voices from the front lines of climate change for a project called we are the storm culture strike commission prints for more than twenty migraine artists and artists of color each portrayed the work of a different community based environmental organization in one image native americans protest a gas pipeline on tribal lands in another a family stands under plumes of smoke from power plant some print share words of resilience such as we are all in this together and we are strong rodriguez says the climate movement often in lacks diversity so her group highlights the environmental work of poor and minority communities i want to change what people see and just encourage people to see things differently we need all people affected at the table climate connections is produced by the yale center for environmental communication learn more at yale climate connections dot org for.

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"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In springtime baby birds hatch and huddle in their nests stateless invulnerable the survival of these hatchlings is highly dependent on temperature when their eggs and have helpless naked young living in nests those are the periods of birds life when it might be most sensitive to climate morgan stanley is a professor of ecology and biology at the university of connecticut his research shows that in response to the warming climate some birds are changing their breeding times over a period of about seventy to eighty years one hundred sixty four species of birds in california had shifted their breeding time so the timing of egglaying egg hatching by about nine days tinley says that by making the shift these birds are laying eggs at the same temperatures they did a century ago which can help protect vulnerable hatchlings it's good news is that birds are finding ways to adapt he says but they still face threats from climate change for example warming temperatures can reduce the availability of food or threaten habitat it does not mean that birds have sort of a limited capacity to respond to climate change climate connections is produced by the yale center for environmental communication learn more at yale climate connections dot org homeowners often say their basement only leaks when it rains well you don't worry about your living room getting.

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"yale center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"yale center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Great martin uh of the great reverend dr martin luther king because he was a revenue first said he spoke about morality first two and uh an inch bespoke from that that christians perspective in everything to the dea but the end up way cp said that martin luther king's vision cannot be achieved without fighting global warming okay so obvious going to read a little bit of butter phil defreitas seen this i could not believe this right here are fighting global warming and i'm thinking to myself in these neighbourhoods in east ghettos dead the endofwaste see still want to represent while detail tell the people to pickup paper renowned neighborhood why instead of uh you know as stop trash in their own neighborhoods pick up the paper have pride in your neighborhood but they said that that global warming is the martin luther king day the end up boise wanted a manmade global warming to be at the uh uh to be at the uh to be seen is a civil rights issue arguing kings vision of a society free of racial injustice can be achieved without addressing warming okay really there's no global warming because in sprang get warm and summer at war led fall it started to cool in in winter it cools and so this is say this is this nature nature has his own ordered that it has and so there's no global warming but this is the foolishness did they come up with a sieve we see we seats climate change is a civil rights issues says jacqueline patterson head of the endofwaste see peace environmental and claiming change justice program all ikea they have a dj they have a climate change sas program she said this to a online radio spot in an online radio spotted yale center of environmental conviction and is enviro in minneapolis activists have uh have been increasingly framing global warming as a matter of a as a.

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