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  • Average Global Sea Surface Temperature, 1880–2015
    As the ocean warms, the way water moves through the ocean depths changes. As a result of these changes, some areas of the ocean end up having less oxygen. Lower amounts of oxygen have been directly linked to changes in fish populations. "The...
  • Learning from humpback whales how to create efficient wind power
    Biomimicry Institute Ask Nature Presentation by Janine Benyus, President of the Biomimicry Institute, during the Stockholm Dialogue, which was part of the 2011 Nobel Laureate Symposium on global sustainability. Janine Benyus speaks about...
  • Global Average Absolute Sea Level Change, 1880–2015
    Given enough time, sea life could adapt to climate change. Sadly animals evolve far too slowly. But we can change as quickly as we choose to. Small actions can make a real difference. What will you do to help ocean life and our future? This...
  • Candid Conversation: Addressing Climate Change with Children and Youth
    This Candid Conversation offers a well rounded discussion featuring both theory and practice. David Sobel is a nationally recognized thought leader and author on environmental education and place based education with children. Both Tamara Schwarz and...
  • Earth: The Operator's Manual
      Earth: The Operator's Manual "EARTH: The Operators' Manual" is a PBS program that first aired on April 10, 2011, and features noted climate scientist and ace communicator, Richard Alley. The program is streaming online, and classroom and...
  • America ant the Ocean: 2011 Annual Update
      The Ocean Project   Reports The Ocean Project undertakes regular tracking surveys to measure changes in public attitudes and test messages with different audiences. The surveys cover a range of ocean, climate, and other...
  • Yale Climate Change Communication Six America's Distribution
      Yale Program on Climate Change Communication   A part of the Aquariums and Climate Coalition's ‘Candid Conversations’ series, this March 2011 webinar discusses the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication's Six Americas research...
  • Belief in Global Warming Percentages
      Global Warming’s Six Americas Over the last several years, researchers from the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication have been conducting multiple representative surveys of the American population across the country and finding...

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