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Al Gore: New thinking on the climate crisis

In this video Al Gore talks about a new approach to the way we think about climate change.

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In this video Al Gore talks about a new approach to the way we think about climate change. Al talks about new evidence that suggests climate change is happening faster than previously predicted and how we need to act with much more conviction.

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17th Century Monastery texts help to show Climate Change no myth

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“One of 13 diaries by Brother Josef, inscribed from 1671 to 1704 is shown in the Monastery in Einsiedeln, Switzerland. Frozen communion wine, soft rains that caressed the Earth and winds that wrought an all-consuming yellow fog are described meticulously by the 17th century Swiss monk.”

Website: Ancient records help test climate change

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Rain on Uluru

Flooding comes to our normally Dry Red Centre

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Uluru, or Ayers Rock as it used to be known is in the Middle of our Country, It doesn’t rain very often out there, however, when it does there are some spectacular visuals. As is witnessed by these latest shots. The record breaking rains have turned the normally parched dry landscape into a flooded environment with many waterfalls cascading off Uluru.

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Children win right to sue US Government on Climate Change Inaction

Kids taking on the US Government

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In an interesting story being reported recently, 21 young Americans have taken on the Establishment, and if the stars align and there is any sense of decency, fairness and a great deal of sensibility, then maybe, just maybe this landmark case could help all of us, most notably our children, grandchildren and those that are still yet to inhabit this place we call home.

Yesterday, a lawsuit filed by 21 youth plaintiffs was ruled valid by US District Judge Ann Aiken in Eugene, Oregon. A group of citizens, whose ages range from nine to 20, charged President Obama, the fossil fuel industry, and other federal agencies with violating their constitutional rights by declining to take action against climate change.

Motherboard has the full story, and if you have spare 13 odd minutes, the video below is well worth a look.

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