Let’s Talk About Our Planet, Pt. 5 – The Coffee Crisis

Let’s Talk About Our Planet, Pt. 5 – The Coffee Crisis

First, I want to apologize for the infrequency posts the past few weeks.

There were a few things beyond my control that occurred. Some things that were in my control too, but I lacked the mental capacity to deal with them at the time.  Among a few other things, the most destructive to my mind was losing a good friend to a battle with cancer. I’m not looking for sympathy. I’m simply looking for some understanding as to why I needed to take a break from any serious posts. Frankly, for the past few weeks, I didn’t care – and that’s ok. We all need to be apathetic once in a while; in healthy doses.

Despite that, I did manage to publish a new story that relates directly to the topic at hand. If you like my climate change series, I certainly recommend checking it out. You can find the link on Amazon here, and if you enjoy it, or have any comment, be sure to leave me a review and tell me what you think:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AD3G31I?*Version*=1&*entries*=0

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Let’s Talk About Our Planet, Pt.3 : Coral Reefs – Function and Destruction

Let’s Talk About Our Planet, Pt.3 

Coral Reefs : Function and Destruction

In today’s world, headlines of news articles, blogs, and magazines seem to dominate as the main context to inform the general public. This is to say that when people see a headline of something they don’t fully understand, but don’t have the time to, they tend to go directly with the headline, and move on without reading the article.

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