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November 2021 Climate Newsletter

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – R. Buckminster Fuller  Action of The Month: Join the webinar on the ‘Radioactive Cost of Oil and Gas’ on November 8th! Register Here!  Coping with Climate Anxiety When we think about climate change, it is easy to feel overwhelmed with feelings of anxiety or grief.

What does the Newest IPCC Report mean for Colorado?

Written by Barbara Hilton What is the Sixth Assessment IPCC Report and what does it say? Human activity is an indisputable, direct cause of climate change, change that over the last seventy years is unprecedented. According to the most recent assessment of the IPCC, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, released in August 2021, the rapid change in climate and environment is anthropogenic.

Coping with Climate Anxiety

by Mason Smith The phrase “climate change” brings up a lot of strong feelings: discomfort, worry, and confusion among them. In thinking about climate change, there is a great deal of concern for the well-being of the planet. We’ve also begun to realize that climate change has adverse effects on our physical health.
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