Tag Archives: climate change

Extinction Rebellion talks about climate change

Izzy Manzo — Photo Editor Assistant professor of sustainability science Stephen Axon delivered a presentation about the Extinction Rebellion, an organization which uses non-violent civil disobedience tactics to raise awareness about the impact of climate change, on Oct. 24. The presentation, hosted by the New Haven Climate Movement, discussed what the organization is and the methods it uses to halt

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Seminar focuses on climate change impact on marine life

Izzy Manzo—Copy Editor Climate change is impacting the development of sea creatures according to a presentation by Dianna Padilla of Stony Brook University on March 27. Padilla, a professor in the department of ecology and evolution, presented her research in a seminar hosted by the Werth Center for Coastal and Marine Studies. Her research ongoing laboratory research, titled “Population differences

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The true impact of climate change

Melissa Nuñez – General Assignment Reporter To understand the cause of climate change James Tait, Ph.D. professor for science education and environmental studies, said rising earth temperatures are the source. “The most important thing to focus on is the average temperature of the earth and then we look at climate changes on the earth as a whole,” said Tait. “What is happening

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