Let’s Talk About Our Planet – Pt. 4 : Ocean Acidification

Ocean Acidification:

Ocean acidification is the main cause to most marine issues, and a major factor in the rising sea levels. I discussed a bit of ocean acidification in my last article on Coral Reefs, which you can read here.

Today, I will go into a few more of the details of ocean acidification, in hopes to give you a better understanding of what it is, and what it does.

First, what is ocean acidification?

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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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Let’s Talk About Our Planet – Pt.2 : WTF Is Climate Change?

Let’s Talk About Our Planet Pt.2 : WTF Is Climate Change?

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Hey guys!

The last time I did this series, I debunked some of the more common misconceptions about Climate Change. If you’d like to read that article please click here.

      Debunking silly misconceptions doesn’t really explain much, though, does it?

I mean, it tells us that some of these arguments against Climate Change are wrong, and I certainly made the past article with a more humorous approach.  This time, and from this article on, I’ll be doing more to explain what Climate Change is, how it affects us, the implications of those affects, some possible solutions, and so on. Continue reading

Let’s Talk About Our Planet – Pt.1 – Refuting Common Arguments Against Climate Change

Climate Change is Real. We Need to Do Something About it

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My title should state the obvious, in telling you what today’s topic is. Climate change is, indeed, a real and devastating issue we face right now.

The beginning stages can already be seen in the increase of natural disasters and extreme weather around the globe, along with mountains of scientific evidence all pointing to the conclusion that, yes, the earth is getting much warmer. And yes, emissions from industrial pollution play a huge role.

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