"Doomsday Glacier" Threatens to Erase Florida Keys
Florida is already depressed on low-laying grounds. The sun-kissed peninsula is mainly made of flimsy limestone. Most coastline cities and towns are barely keeping the streets above the water.
Quotes by Pope Francis About Your Responsibility to Fight Climate Change
Climate change has been a deeply politicized problem in many parts of the United States. Mostly states that have ties to the oil industry feel strong about their effects on sea levels, wildfires, temperatures and hurricanes. Fair. I mean, admiting to such responsibility is no small feat, especially when you stand to lose your job in the process. This is probably the biggest reason why a handful of organizations and people strongly market the idea of a "Cliamte Hoax."
Your Money Could Face Extreme Hurdles in 2022
The US dollar has been a touchy-feely subject lately. The world reserve currency stands on shaky grounds. FED's money printer is still roaring louder than Ultra Music Miami. Experts have warned us about the hangover of excessive money printing since the first stimulus check made its way to your account.
Anti-Biden Protest Stickers are Popping Up All Over the Bay Area
Conservative protest stickers expressing anti-Joe Biden sentiments are popping up all over the Bay Area, including on gas pumps and in other public spaces.
What Happened to the Ozone Layer?
If you're in your 30s or 40s, then you've probably heard about Ozone holes growing up. Ozone depletion was the biggest environmental worry of the past century. Environmental scientists visited Antarctica in the 1970s and discovered a growing Ozone hole forming over the pole. The media picked up the story. Soon after, the Ozone layer became the talk of the town. This environmental catastrophe crept into textbooks, movies, and tv shows. The future was a sun-powered frying pan.
How Long Before Fernandina Beach Floods Completely Underwater?
Humans are disrupting the climate. Pollution and emissions are warming the oceans, melting glaciers, and dissolving ice sheets. The sea levels are rising in response. "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction," says Newton's third law of Thermodynamics.
Here's What To Expect From Florida’s Economy In 2022
Florida has been through several hurdles in 2021. The fear of economic demise grew from strong to hefty in the latter part of the year. What started with another year of the pandemic ended up in Supply-Chain issues, toilet-paper rations, and rampant inflation.
How Florida State Politicians Sabotage Orlando's Future
Orlando is the place where nature meets human action. This county seat of Orange County is home to over 100 lakes, most notably the Lake Eola in downtown Orlando. The city is maybe better known for its array of theme parks like Disneyland, Universal Studios, and Seaworld.
Florida to Set Another Record Year for Climate Disasters
The Floridian peninsula is facing challenging climate reality. Whether Tahallassee officials, Cape Coral waterfront residents, Miami beach newcomers agree with the devastating effects of climate change or not doesn't matter anymore.
How a 15-Year-Old Girl Became the Face of Climate Action
Is she speaking truth to power, or is she a puppet at the hands of higher forces?. Your answer might differ, depending on where you stand on the political spectrum. For example, Greta has been a hero for the liberal left and a mentally-ill vigilante for the right.
Three Florida Cities to Flood Underwater in Our Lifetime
The Sunshine State is one flooding away from being called the new Atlantis. Some of the cities face irreparable damage and loss of property if something doesn't change soon. Half of Florida is already underwater. It's easily seen on a simple satellite search.
Experts Warn: Florida Should Brace for Off-Season Hurricanes
Some 21 named storms ripped through Florida during the Hurricane season this year, totaling over $70 billion in damages. Then, 30 named storms tore the Sunshine state in 2020. When put in perspective, these numbers are beyond concerning. Atlantic Hurricane seasons usually witness some 14 named storms. The recent years have seen these numbers double.
Experts Warn: Jacksonville to Face Extreme Storm Damage
Named after one of the greatest American presidents, Jacksonville is a true metropolitan heart of the Sunshine state. The first city of the First Coast, Jacksonville, tops the charts in many categories: