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Sigmetnow:
What's New in Climate Change Acceptance and Action

News about Climate Change Acceptance, or related activity, doesn't always seem to fit well under the other threads.  Taking a tip from the Arctic Sea Ice section :) , now here's a place for it.


Climate Change Is Getting Its Own Museum

--- Quote ---So what exactly is at the core of this mission? A museum based in New York City that chronicles the global and local impacts of climate change, the possible solutions and the connections that exist between every visitor to the museum and the world around them.
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http://www.climatecentral.org/news/climate-change-museum-19341

Sigmetnow:
Millions To Be Spent To Protect Sewage Plants From Effects Of Climate Change

--- Quote ---Many sewer plants are gravity-fed operations that, by necessity, are in low-lying areas vulnerable to flooding. Protecting plants can involve building berms, providing alternative electrical sources and changing the location of key control units and pumping stations.
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http://www.courant.com/politics/hc-state-storm-surge-protections-20150816-story.html

Tor Bejnar:
Fox News' inner struggle with climate misinformation


--- Quote ---Fox News anchor Shepard Smith has been one of the few voices on the network willing to accept the scientific reality of human-caused climate change.
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I wouldn't have believed it!

Neven:
I was also surprised when reading the article on The Guardian.

Sigmetnow:
1,000 Activists Join Together to Say No to Big Coal

--- Quote ---In a huge moment for the international fight against dirty energy more than 1,000 people joined together this weekend in Rhineland, Germany to stop some of the world’s biggest coal-diggers in their tracks—RWE.
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http://ecowatch.com/2015/08/17/say-no-to-big-coal/

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