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Sea levels could rise so much this century that they'll unleash 25 times the amount of destructive floods

sea levels could rise so much this century that they'll unleash 25 times the amount of destructive floods
On average, the sea level is rising between 2 and 3 millimeters per year and has accelerated in recent years. This is partly due to oceans heating up as water expands when it warms, and it's also..
Business Insider

If the story of Devon's Scott of the Antarctic was a 1950's alien...

if the story of devon's scott of the antarctic was a 1950's alien...
A fast-paced show inspired by 1950s B Movies infused with a dose of sillyness and mayhem, which tells an alternative history alongside Devon hero Scott of the Antarctic's voyage to the South Pole, is..
Exeter Express and Echo Also reported by •Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette

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News video: Historic Women's March on Washington

Historic Women's March on Washington 05:11

The day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President, hundreds of thousands of men, women and children protested the agenda of the new administration, as did participants in hundreds of..
Source: CBS News -

News video: People In Antarctica Are Holding Their Own Women's March

People In Antarctica Are Holding Their Own Women's March 00:32

At least 30 people will participate in the Women’s March today all the way in Antarctica, surrounded by penguins. Linda Zynas from California planned the Antarctica March out of concerns for the..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Argentina's Antarctic ambitions

Argentina's Antarctic ambitions 03:11

Benedict Mander reports from the Carlini research centre in Antarctica
Source: Financial Times -

News video: Interview: glaciologist Jason Roberts in Antarctica

Interview: glaciologist Jason Roberts in Antarctica 05:09

Each day glaciologist Jason Roberts flies planes over Antarctica to map the terrain under the ice, trying to discover how climate change will affect sea level rise. Roberts, who works for the..
Source: The Guardian Studio -

News video: Interview: glaciologist Jason Roberts in Antarctica – video

Interview: glaciologist Jason Roberts in Antarctica – video 05:09

Each day glaciologist Jason Roberts flies planes over Antarctica to map the terrain under the ice, trying to discover how climate change will affect sea level rise. Roberts, who works for the..
Source: Guardian -

 

Not Sure What To Do Now That The Women's March Is Over? Here's A List Of 5 Things That Take 5 Minutes

Activism is not a one-time thing. It's every day, for everyone. And it's not as hard as you think. One of the hardest questions in life is: "now what?" This holds true in the context of business,..
Huffington Post

Net-Centric Design Professionals Purchases Advanced Radar Corporation

Acquisition will allow NDP to further augment commercialization of products for weather detection in the United States and overseas. BOULDER, Colo. (PRWEB) January 23, 2017 Boulder-based NDP LLC,..
PRWeb

The most hilariously British signs from London's Women's March

LONDON — A colossal 100,000 people turned out for the Women's March on London to protest Donald Trump's first full day in office. SEE ALSO: From London to Antarctica women march in solidarity with..
Mashable

Piers Morgan tweets about a Men's March, gets burned epically by his female cohost

LONDON — As millions of people around the world marched to champion women's rights and equality on Saturday, one man had something rather infuriating to say about it TV presenter Piers Morgan took..
Mashable

Emma Watson hugging her mom at the Women's March is total sweetness

LONDON — Women in 60 countries and on seven different continents mobilised Saturday to fight for their rights after Donald Trump's inauguration.  Anywhere between 3.6 million to 4.8 million..
Mashable

The Radical Possibility of the Women’s March

On Saturday, a constellation of woman-centered, anti-Trump protest lit up across all seven continents. (A group on an expedition ship in Antarctica adopted the unofficial slogan “Penguins for..
The New Yorker

Historic Women's March on Washington

The day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President, hundreds of thousands of men, women and children protested the agenda of the new administration, as did participants in hundreds of..
CBS News

Antarctic Ice Shelf Breaks Another Six Miles

The rift on the Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica has grown another six miles since the start of 2017, reports Project Midas, a UK-based Antarctic research project, investigating the effects of a warming..
Newsmax

If People In Freakin' Antarctica Are Protesting On Day One Of Your Presidency, You Might Be An Asshole

Title says it all… As we've been covering all day today, people all over the world are protesting Donald Trump's presidency, clapping back at his inauguration, and generally marching to promote..
Perez Hilton

There Are Women's Marches Taking Place On Every Continent -- Even Antarctica

Demonstrators rallied across the world on Saturday ― from Antarctica to Ann Arbor, Beirut to Buenos Aires, Cape Town to Canberra ― to show solidarity with the throngs of protesters gathered in..
Huffington Post

Lawmakers Show Solidarity With Women's March On Washington

Several lawmakers turned out for the Women’s March on Washington Saturday. Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) and Patty..
Huffington Post

One of the largest icebergs ever recorded is about to break off Antarctica (for real this time)

Just 6.4 miles of ice are holding an iceberg the size of Delaware onto the floating Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica, and scientists warn it could cleave off the ice-bound continent at any..
Mashable

So, That Delaware-Sized Iceberg Is Even Closer To Breaking Off Antarctica

Earlier this month, researchers warned a 2,000-square-mile chunk of ice was perilously close to breaking away from Antarctica after a major crack in the Larsen C ice shelf grew more than 10 miles in..
Huffington Post

'Antarctica: Ice and Sky': More like 'March of the Glaciologist'

For French explorer, scientist and glaciologist Claude Lorius, his work studying drilled polar ice as a groundbreaking way to chart temperature history was a lifelong thrill ride of wonder and..
L.A. Times

Private Jet Charter Firm Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Inauguration Trips

As Stratos Jet Charters Inc. commemorates its decade of milestones and the industry’s upswing, the jet charter broker handles travel plans for attendees of the upcoming presidential..
PRWeb


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