Apr 25 2022
You are invited to a virtual book talk featuring Stephen Goldsmith, Derek Bok Professor of the Practice of Urban Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and Kate Markin Coleman, director of ias advising, LLC. Goldsmith and Markin, co-authors of newly released “Growing Fairly: How to Build Opportunity and Equity in Workforce Development,” will be joined by moderator Earl Buford, President, Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL.)
Apr 22 2022
We continue our Earth Day special by looking at how Indigenous peoples are protecting the Earth. We follow the journey of Ivey Camille Manybeads Tso, an award-winning queer Navajo filmmaker whose new film “Powerlands” shows how corporations like Peabody, the world’s largest private coal company, have devastated her homeland. She also connects with Indigenous communities in Colombia, the Philippines, Mexico and Standing Rock facing the same struggle. “The most important thing about the film to know is that it’s for Indigenous people, by Indigenous people … and it’s about showing this global scale,” says Manybeads Tso in an extended interview that features clips from her travels to several continents. “Powerlands” recently won the award for Best Feature at the 2022 American Documentary and Animation Film Festival.
Atlas Pro – Nov 20, 2020
Some places are more threatened by rising sea levels than others, but in the end we’ll all be paying a price. Alternate titles include: “Where You Shouldn’t Invest in Real Estate,” “Places You Should Vacation to Before They’re Gone,” and “Oh Man We’re In A Lot Of Trouble On This One Aren’t We?” Support me on patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/atlaspro
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ScienceAtNASA– May 7, 2020
The real world impacts of sea level rise can be seen in coastal communities, like the Hampton Roads area in Virginia. Learn how the City of Norfolk and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) use NASA data to help forecast future impacts.
PBS NewsHour – Apr 23, 2022
Water levels around Southeast Virginia have risen nearly 20 inches over the past century and they are estimated to keep rising. These rising tides could pose a threat to farming, which has always been a part of coastal Virginia’s economy. Sam Turken reports.
National Geographic – Dec 30, 2020
The Maya – their soaring pyramids, monumental cities and mythical mastery of astronomy and mathematics have captured our imaginations and spurred generations of explorers into the jungles of Central America on a quest to understand them. Lost World of the Maya surveys their dramatic rise to prominence in the ‘pre-classic era’ of the Maya as well as new evidence of the collapse of their civilization in the 800-900’s AD. Want even more Maya? Try Lost Treasures of the Maya on Disney+ https://www.disneyplus.com/series/los…
VICE News – Mar 3, 2022
When debris from the 2011 tsunami in Japan started washing up in North America, scientists knew they had a mystery—and a potential environmental disaster—on their hands. In this episode of Weathered, we explore a “mass rafting event” that carried colonies of invasive species across the Pacific, revealing ominous new changes in how our oceans function.
WHAS11 – Apr 24, 2022
Meanwhile, in Flagstaff, Arizona, the tunnel fire has burned more than 21,000 acres in the past week.
KCRA News – Apr 22, 2022
Sea level rise is one of the many threats we face as Earth’s climate changes. Global average temperatures are rising, and so are ocean temperatures, forcing the water itself to expand. Higher temperatures in the arctic have also led to rapid ice cap melting, further adding to ocean levels. Climate models suggest that for every 1 degree Celsius of future warming, water levels could rise another seven and a half feet in some spots. Climate Central’s Coastal Risk Screen Tool shows what that could look like for Northern California.