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Environmental Science

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Paleo Banana Bread Smoothie: 1 cup cashew milk here: (1 cup raw cashews; 4 cups filtered water; ½ tsp vanilla; 1 T honey); 2 frozen banana, sliced; 2 tablespoons almond butter; fresh ground nutmeg, to taste

"Climate change is the single biggest thing that humans have ever done on this planet. The one thing that needs to be bigger is our movement to stop it." Bill McKibben

Humanity’s choice (via IPCC): Aggressive climate action ASAP (left figure) minimizes future warming. Continued inaction (right figure) results in catastrophic levels of warming, 9°F over much of U.S.

Warming World Shrinks Salamanders

Spintronic thermoelectric power generators: A step towards energy efficient electronic devices

Arctic Biodiversity Under Serious Climate Change Threat

Pacific trade winds stall global surface warming—for now

Leading Scientists Explain How Climate Change Is Worsening California's Drought

Far from being anti-science, environmentalism is the future in a world of finite resources and global perils, concludes Joachim Radkau in The Age of Ecology

Windy Flats wind farm in the Columbia River Gorge in Goldendale, WA combines natural beauty and natural energy creation.

WATCH: Bill Nye The Science Guy Is 'Optimistic But Terrified' on Climate Change - Video

Some plants may not adapt quickly to future climate change

Underwater Tidal Kites Are Producing Large Amounts Of Electricity Off The Coast Of Northern Ireland

How is a wind farm like a school of fish? 35 Innovators Under 35 2013 | MIT Technology Review - "Biophysicist John Dabir mimics schooling fish in his wind farm design.

This image of the Transantarctic Mountains was taken from the NASA P-3 airborne laboratory on Nov. 27, 2013, near the end of the 2013 IceBridge Antarctic campaign. NASA’s Operation IceBridge images Earth's polar ice in unprecedented detail to better understand processes that connect the polar regions with the global climate system.

Large study shows pollution impact on coral reefs — and offers solution

Researchers Find Ancient Seawater Had Twice The Salt. Scientists drilling in the Chesapeake Bay say they’ve found the oldest body of seawater ever found. The water is estimated to be 100 to 145 million years old and was found 1.1 miles deep inside a massive asteroid crater.

Tidal Energy Could Bloom in Nova Scotia

A Company That Turns Plastic Bottles Into Clothes

Scott Wing, research scientist and curator at the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History reflects on Anthropocene, or Age of Humans. What impact have humans had on their environments? #earthmatters

Seattle Times, in association with the Pulitizer Center and PBS NewsHour, has published a fantastic special feature called “Sea Change” exploring the impacts of ocean acidification. The multimedia report covers examples of the man-made phenomenon from across the globe using beautiful footage and interviews with concerned scientists. A must-see piece of journalism about this under-reported disaster!

A Baylor University study has found that people who live near pavement sealed with coal tar, often used on parking lots and driveways, might have as much as a 38 percent increased chance of developing cancer during their lifetimes. It can be difficult to tell the difference between coal tar and asphalt, which is safe. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates a test you can do at home to determine if your driveway is sealed with coal tar.