Surfing from / November, 2015

When The Beach Fell Into The Sea, North Stradbroke Island, Australia

Erosion, News
Nov
30

A section of beach that fell into the sea on North Stradbroke Island is starting to reappear.The “rapid beach erosion event” swallowed up an estimated 100m section of the beach.

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“Time To Choose”: The New Film From Oscar-Winner Charles Ferguson

In a special event, you can watch online Huffington Green, the important new climate change film, “Time to Choose,” from Oscar-winning filmmaker Charles Ferguson.

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The Green Legacy of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

King’s Hill Enclosure Ordinance, a piece of legislation passed in 1791 on the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent, was based on the novel concept that deforestation might cause a decline in rainfall. As extraordinary as this was, it is even more remarkable that it still remains a well-kept secret today…

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Supreme Court Ruling Freezes Plans For Captain Sam’s Spit, SC

The state Supreme Court has ruled in favor of environmentalists who oppose a developer’s plan for residential construction on Captain Sam’s Spit.

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Climate Pledges: Who’s Doing What?

As the Paris climate summit opens, 183 countries have submitted pledges for greenhouse gas (GHG) curbs meant to underpin a 195-nation climate rescue pact.

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What You Need to Know About the Paris Climate Talks

World leaders begin assembling in Paris today to try to do what they haven’t been able to for two decades: steer the world away from climate disaster.

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“No Planet B” in The Fight Against Global Warming

Tens of thousands of people from Sydney to London joined one of the biggest days of climate change activism on Sunday, telling world leaders gathering for a summit in Paris there is “No Planet B” in the fight against global warming.

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Rapid plankton growth in ocean seen as sign of carbon dioxide loading

A microscopic marine alga is thriving in the North Atlantic to an extent that defies scientific predictions, suggesting swift environmental change as a result of increased carbon dioxide in the ocean, according to a recent study.

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Climate Marches Around The Globe, How to Stage a Spectacular Climate March

This Sunday, on the eve of the UN climate summit in Paris, people in cities across the globe will fill the streets as they march against climate change.

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