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As Cuyahoga acts on climate change, an uncomfortable topic looms

Marc Lefkowitz  |  07/17/18 @ 10:00am  |  Posted in Climate

In her book, The Poisoned City: Flint’s Water and The American Tragedy author Anna Clark recounts how the water supply for an entire city could be contaminated with lead, a neurotoxin that made countless residents very ill. The crisis, unfortunately, was nothing new. Places like Love Canal, and big cities like Cleveland and Washington, D.C. defined massive-scale environmental tragedy. What made...

<br />Bike to School Day in Bay Village.

Rock on: Unlocking the mystery of coral bleaching

Marc Lefkowitz  |  05/29/18 @ 11:00am  |  Posted in Climate, Plants & animals

Stephen Palumbi considers himself an optimist, despite the scary data on ocean health that keeps washing up on his shore.

<br />Stanford University Marine Biology professor Stephen Palumbi during the National Academy of Engineers meeting in Cleveland. The slide reads, Using heat-resistant corals to build future reefs ready for climate change.

A lightning rod on climate change, Michael Mann's resolve has not wavered

Marc Lefkowitz  |  05/25/18 @ 11:00am  |  Posted in Climate

Few scientists would be willing to climb back into the cockpit of controversy as often as Michael E. Mann, a climatologist and geophysicist and current Director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University, whose research on the causes of climate change contributed to the Nobel Prize awarded to the IPCC and Al Gore.

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Biodiversity is a climate resilience strategy

Marc Lefkowitz  |  05/08/18 @ 2:00pm  |  Posted in Climate, Plants & animals

Embracing more of an urban ecology mindset would help struggling, post-industrial cities like Cleveland cope with climate change. Urbanization can be a force for good, but currently, the “pattern” in cities is not sustainable. Cities are net producers of carbon emissions, for example, and it is resulting in hotter, drier and more unpredictable weather events like floods and heat waves...

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Biodiversity missing from Climate Action Plans

Marc Lefkowitz  |  05/02/18 @ 3:00pm  |  Posted in Climate, Transform, Land

More biodiverse cities would help protect endangered species and human populations from climate change; if only Climate Action Plans (CAP) were calibrated to do so, a new report states.

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