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  • Last Friday, @nycparks docent Floyd welcomed visitors from the Mayor's Office of Resiliency, the Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay, and @bklyncollege411 to Paerdegat Basin Ecology Park in Brooklyn. Floyd led a fun and informative tour — highlighting Ecology Park's unique landscape and the exciting restoration work that's taken place throughout the fall.
  • Last Friday, @nycparks docent Floyd welcomed visitors from the Mayor's Office of Resiliency, the Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay, and @bklyncollege411 to Paerdegat Basin Ecology Park in Brooklyn. Floyd led a fun and informative tour — highlighting Ecology Park's unique landscape and the exciting restoration work that's taken place throughout the fall.

  •  8  1  31 minutes ago
  • ▶️ Around half of the solar radiation that the Earth receives is absorbed on the surface of the Earth, the other half is absorbed by the Atmosphere or bounces back to space. ⁣⁣
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▶️ The surface of the earth does emit back radiation (heat♨️) but only 10% of this radiation escapes into space🚀, the other 90% is absorbed by clouds and by Greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere☁️. Some of the GHGs are : Methane (CH4), Nitrous Oxide (N20), Ozone (O3), Carbon dioxide (CO2) and Water vapor (H2O).☝️⁣⁣
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▶️ SHORT-WAVE radiation emitted by the sun☀️ passes through Greenhouse gases but LONG-WAVE radiation emitted by the surface of the earth is absorbed by them🌍. Subsequently the GHGs re-emit the energy as LONG-WAVE radiation in all directions and about half of the re emitted radiation by the gases is directed back toward the surface of the earth➡️🌍. ⁣⁣
As a result a continual exchange of energy takes place between the surface of the earth and the atmosphere above it.↕️⁣⁣
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▶️ The LONG-WAVE radiation containted in this exchange causes the warming effect known as the greenhouse effect.🔄🔂☀️🌡️⁣.
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#greenhousegases #globalwarming #stopclimatechange #endcoal
#climatechangethefacts
#earthfriendly #climatechangeisreal #gretathunberg
  • ▶️ Around half of the solar radiation that the Earth receives is absorbed on the surface of the Earth, the other half is absorbed by the Atmosphere or bounces back to space. ⁣⁣
    ☀️➡️🌎➗2️⃣⁣⁣
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    ▶️ The surface of the earth does emit back radiation (heat♨️) but only 10% of this radiation escapes into space🚀, the other 90% is absorbed by clouds and by Greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere☁️. Some of the GHGs are : Methane (CH4), Nitrous Oxide (N20), Ozone (O3), Carbon dioxide (CO2) and Water vapor (H2O).☝️⁣⁣
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    ▶️ SHORT-WAVE radiation emitted by the sun☀️ passes through Greenhouse gases but LONG-WAVE radiation emitted by the surface of the earth is absorbed by them🌍. Subsequently the GHGs re-emit the energy as LONG-WAVE radiation in all directions and about half of the re emitted radiation by the gases is directed back toward the surface of the earth➡️🌍. ⁣⁣
    As a result a continual exchange of energy takes place between the surface of the earth and the atmosphere above it.↕️⁣⁣
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    ▶️ The LONG-WAVE radiation containted in this exchange causes the warming effect known as the greenhouse effect.🔄🔂☀️🌡️⁣.
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    #greenhousegases #globalwarming #stopclimatechange #endcoal
    #climatechangethefacts
    #earthfriendly #climatechangeisreal #gretathunberg

  •  25  1  1 hour ago
  • I just wanted to say a huge thank-you to all my new and existing followers! For those that don’t know me, I changed my insta handle to @plantbasedpilot a few months ago, this was to make a statement as I have set out of a new journey to promote veganism, sustainability and ethical living. The only thing in life I’ve ever been truly passionate about is flying. However, in the last year or so I have been paying close attention to the current state of affairs regarding our climate and the dangerous trajectory mankind has set off on. I’ve studied meteorology at length during flight training and have tried to read as much of the best available science as possible. It seems so obvious to me that we all need to take responsibility for our impact and make as much change as possible to get this climate crisis under control. No, one-person is to blame, we have all been sucked into the belief system that we can continuously abuse our resources and destroy natural habitat for our own selfish gain. 
I’ve had a turbulent couple of years after losing my pilot’s medical and becoming ‘grounded’ but I have been fortunate to do some travelling in the meantime and have seen the affects of climate change first hand. 
I realise the hypocrisy of me advocating a greener lifestyle but working within an industry which is a large contributor to carbon emissions. Personally, I don’t believe we should stop flying completely but I certainly feel that carbon offsetting each ticket, taking less flights and not travelling business or 1st is a great place to start. I’ve found a new respect and love for the planet after the airline industry has made travel so accessible, now we need to show the planet some love back and do what we can to help preserve it.

Did you know that moving to a plant based diet is the single most impactful thing you can do to reduce your carbon footprint? Animal agriculture produces more CO2 emissions than all the worlds cars, planes, ships and trains combined! I have eaten animal flesh for 30 years of my life and never thought I’d go vegan but if you take small steps and embrace change, it’s much easier than you can ever imagine! 🌍🌱
  • I just wanted to say a huge thank-you to all my new and existing followers! For those that don’t know me, I changed my insta handle to @plantbasedpilot a few months ago, this was to make a statement as I have set out of a new journey to promote veganism, sustainability and ethical living. The only thing in life I’ve ever been truly passionate about is flying. However, in the last year or so I have been paying close attention to the current state of affairs regarding our climate and the dangerous trajectory mankind has set off on. I’ve studied meteorology at length during flight training and have tried to read as much of the best available science as possible. It seems so obvious to me that we all need to take responsibility for our impact and make as much change as possible to get this climate crisis under control. No, one-person is to blame, we have all been sucked into the belief system that we can continuously abuse our resources and destroy natural habitat for our own selfish gain.
    I’ve had a turbulent couple of years after losing my pilot’s medical and becoming ‘grounded’ but I have been fortunate to do some travelling in the meantime and have seen the affects of climate change first hand.
    I realise the hypocrisy of me advocating a greener lifestyle but working within an industry which is a large contributor to carbon emissions. Personally, I don’t believe we should stop flying completely but I certainly feel that carbon offsetting each ticket, taking less flights and not travelling business or 1st is a great place to start. I’ve found a new respect and love for the planet after the airline industry has made travel so accessible, now we need to show the planet some love back and do what we can to help preserve it.

    Did you know that moving to a plant based diet is the single most impactful thing you can do to reduce your carbon footprint? Animal agriculture produces more CO2 emissions than all the worlds cars, planes, ships and trains combined! I have eaten animal flesh for 30 years of my life and never thought I’d go vegan but if you take small steps and embrace change, it’s much easier than you can ever imagine! 🌍🌱

  •  79  14  1 hour ago
  • 🦒Did you know? The Giraffe’s spot pattern is similar to one of our fingerprints. It’s a unique identifier for each animal.
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🤲🏻Similarly, all of our products are crafted individually, so there will never be two equal pieces.
  • 🦒Did you know? The Giraffe’s spot pattern is similar to one of our fingerprints. It’s a unique identifier for each animal.
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    🤲🏻Similarly, all of our products are crafted individually, so there will never be two equal pieces.

  •  6  1  1 hour ago
  • 🌪️ Lunedì 18 novembre 2019 alle ore 20:45 a Lodi, presso la Sala della Musica della Fondazione Cosway in Piazza Zaninelli, 13, si terrà il seminario aperto agli iscritti FAI e alla cittadinanza dal titolo “Il #clima cambia: FAI la tua parte – Come e perché agire subito”, organizzato dalla Delegazione #FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano) di #Lodi, in collaborazione con Italian Climate Network
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💡L’evento è realizzato nell’ambito della Campagna Nazionale di sensibilizzazione sull’efficienza energetica “Italia in Classe A” (http://italiainclassea.enea.it/) promossa da #MISE - Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico e da #ENEA - Agenzia nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, l'#energia e lo sviluppo economico #sostenibile
  • 🌪️ Lunedì 18 novembre 2019 alle ore 20:45 a Lodi, presso la Sala della Musica della Fondazione Cosway in Piazza Zaninelli, 13, si terrà il seminario aperto agli iscritti FAI e alla cittadinanza dal titolo “Il #clima cambia: FAI la tua parte – Come e perché agire subito”, organizzato dalla Delegazione #FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano) di #Lodi, in collaborazione con Italian Climate Network
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    💡L’evento è realizzato nell’ambito della Campagna Nazionale di sensibilizzazione sull’efficienza energetica “Italia in Classe A” (http://italiainclassea.enea.it/) promossa da #MISE - Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico e da #ENEA - Agenzia nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, l' #energia e lo sviluppo economico #sostenibile

  •  3  1  1 hour ago
  • We are the bad people not the animals but we also have the power to make things right.
Share if this makes you sad 😊🙌
  • We are the bad people not the animals but we also have the power to make things right.
    Share if this makes you sad 😊🙌

  •  8  1  2 hours ago
  • Science tells us that the climate and ecological crisis means longer and more intense fire seasons. Changes to temperature and soil moisture can make wildfires spread faster and become even more difficult to put out. These are images of the fires that are burning across eastern Australia right now. ⁣
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Due to global warming, fire season is becoming more intense and arriving earlier each year – Summer in Australia is yet to begin, but already lives have been taken and at least 150 homes have been destroyed due to bush fires. ⁣The area already burnt in NSW is almost more than the last three fire seasons combined. This is not normal - climate change is super-charging these mega-fires.
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There are fears that the death toll will rise as emergency services are able to access impacted areas. In addition to human lives, countless animal lives have also been taken and their habitats destroyed.⁣
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All across the world, our house is on fire. The resources of firefighters and emergency workers are already stretched. We need to make a drastic global effort to urgently reduce greenhouse gas emissions and aim to keep global temperatures below 1.5°C of warming. We need to act now before it’s too late. ⁣
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WHAT CAN YOU DO?⁣
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🗓 29th November - Save the date and join the next #GlobalClimateStrike follow @fridaysforfuture to find out how to get involved. ⁣
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📧 Email your local XR group to find out what events they have planned in your local area. You can find out how to get in touch with them by checking out our JOIN US story highlight. ⁣
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📷 @stoll_photography 
ReGram + 🗣: @extinctionrebellion @xrebellionaus
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#ExtinctionOrRebellion #EverybodyNow #PlanetaryEmergency #Wildfires #actnow #stopclimatechange #OurLungsAreOnFire⁣ #NSWFires #photograph #NSWBushfires #ClimateChange #bushfires #auspol #NSW #picoftheday #photooftheday #climatecrisis
  • Science tells us that the climate and ecological crisis means longer and more intense fire seasons. Changes to temperature and soil moisture can make wildfires spread faster and become even more difficult to put out. These are images of the fires that are burning across eastern Australia right now. ⁣
    ⁣✦
    Due to global warming, fire season is becoming more intense and arriving earlier each year – Summer in Australia is yet to begin, but already lives have been taken and at least 150 homes have been destroyed due to bush fires. ⁣The area already burnt in NSW is almost more than the last three fire seasons combined. This is not normal - climate change is super-charging these mega-fires.
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    There are fears that the death toll will rise as emergency services are able to access impacted areas. In addition to human lives, countless animal lives have also been taken and their habitats destroyed.⁣
    ⁣✦
    All across the world, our house is on fire. The resources of firefighters and emergency workers are already stretched. We need to make a drastic global effort to urgently reduce greenhouse gas emissions and aim to keep global temperatures below 1.5°C of warming. We need to act now before it’s too late. ⁣
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    WHAT CAN YOU DO?⁣
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    🗓 29th November - Save the date and join the next #GlobalClimateStrike follow @fridaysforfuture to find out how to get involved. ⁣
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    📧 Email your local XR group to find out what events they have planned in your local area. You can find out how to get in touch with them by checking out our JOIN US story highlight. ⁣
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    📷 @stoll_photography
    ReGram + 🗣: @extinctionrebellion @xrebellionaus

    #ExtinctionOrRebellion #EverybodyNow #PlanetaryEmergency #Wildfires #actnow #stopclimatechange #OurLungsAreOnFire#NSWFires #photograph #NSWBushfires #ClimateChange #bushfires #auspol #NSW #picoftheday #photooftheday #climatecrisis

  •  23  0  3 hours ago
  • Ich finde diese Aktion muss Mensch unterstützen...Klimawandel geht alle an 🙏❤️🌎
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#Repost @scientists4future
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Das Klimapaket der Bundesregierung reicht aus unserer Sicht nicht aus, um
die Klimaziele des Pariser Klimaabkommens zu erreichen, somit besteht immer
noch akuter Handlungsbedarf. FridaysForFuture rufen daher für den
29.11.2019 zu einem weltweiten Aktionstag auf. 
Wir Scientists4Future möchten uns diesem Aktionstag anschließen und rufen
zur Aktion
#LecturesForFuture 
am bzw. um den Freitag, den 29.11.2019 auf. 
Ersetzen Sie in diesem Zeitraum den Inhalt einer curricularen / bestehenden
Lehrveranstaltung durch das Thema Klima und setzen Sie somit ein klares
Zeichen, dass unmittelbarer Handlungsbedarf bezüglich des menschgemachten
Klimawandels besteht. Das Teilen von Kommentaren / Bildern und
Videos der Veranstaltungen durch die Studierenden in den sozialen Medien
unter dem Motto #LecturesForFuture ist dabei ausdrücklich erwünscht. Veranstaltungen,
die vor oder nach diesem Tag stattfinden, sind natürlich ebenfalls
willkommen. 
Bitte registrieren Sie ihre Veranstaltung unter www.lecturesforfuture.org.
Dort findet sich auch der ursprüngliche Aufruf und weitere Informationen.
  • Ich finde diese Aktion muss Mensch unterstützen...Klimawandel geht alle an 🙏❤️🌎
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    #Repost @scientists4future
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    Das Klimapaket der Bundesregierung reicht aus unserer Sicht nicht aus, um
    die Klimaziele des Pariser Klimaabkommens zu erreichen, somit besteht immer
    noch akuter Handlungsbedarf. FridaysForFuture rufen daher für den
    29.11.2019 zu einem weltweiten Aktionstag auf.
    Wir Scientists4Future möchten uns diesem Aktionstag anschließen und rufen
    zur Aktion
    #LecturesForFuture
    am bzw. um den Freitag, den 29.11.2019 auf.
    Ersetzen Sie in diesem Zeitraum den Inhalt einer curricularen / bestehenden
    Lehrveranstaltung durch das Thema Klima und setzen Sie somit ein klares
    Zeichen, dass unmittelbarer Handlungsbedarf bezüglich des menschgemachten
    Klimawandels besteht. Das Teilen von Kommentaren / Bildern und
    Videos der Veranstaltungen durch die Studierenden in den sozialen Medien
    unter dem Motto #LecturesForFuture ist dabei ausdrücklich erwünscht. Veranstaltungen,
    die vor oder nach diesem Tag stattfinden, sind natürlich ebenfalls
    willkommen.
    Bitte registrieren Sie ihre Veranstaltung unter www.lecturesforfuture.org.
    Dort findet sich auch der ursprüngliche Aufruf und weitere Informationen.

  •  6  1  4 hours ago
  • ▶️ There is a radiative equilibriumv⚖️ between the radiation from the sun that enters the Earth and the one that is sent back to space in return.⁣⁣
🌞🔄🌎⁣⁣⁣
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▶️ However, greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, as we know, trap radiation emitted from the surface of the Earth♨️.We have added lots of Greenhouse gases to the atmosphere and they are acting as a trap not allowing radiation (heat) to scape🥵. As a result, the planet gets on average, warmer and this causes ice from the poles to melt, changes air currents, changes amount of rain ,it literally changes everything!⁣⁣
🌊🌡️🌨️.And we are not prepared enough to face these fast changes, so this is what we call:⁣⁣⁣
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🤯(𝘾𝙇𝙄𝙈𝘼𝙏𝙀 𝘾𝙃𝘼𝙉𝙂𝙀)🤯⁣⁣⁣
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⁣#climatechange #goinggreen #earthfriendly #climatechangeisreal #cleanenergy #greenhouseeffect
  • ▶️ There is a radiative equilibriumv⚖️ between the radiation from the sun that enters the Earth and the one that is sent back to space in return.⁣⁣
    🌞🔄🌎⁣⁣⁣
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    ▶️ However, greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, as we know, trap radiation emitted from the surface of the Earth♨️.We have added lots of Greenhouse gases to the atmosphere and they are acting as a trap not allowing radiation (heat) to scape🥵. As a result, the planet gets on average, warmer and this causes ice from the poles to melt, changes air currents, changes amount of rain ,it literally changes everything!⁣⁣
    🌊🌡️🌨️.And we are not prepared enough to face these fast changes, so this is what we call:⁣⁣⁣
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    🤯(𝘾𝙇𝙄𝙈𝘼𝙏𝙀 𝘾𝙃𝘼𝙉𝙂𝙀)🤯⁣⁣⁣
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    #climatechange #goinggreen #earthfriendly #climatechangeisreal #cleanenergy #greenhouseeffect

  •  57  1  4 hours ago

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  • One thing you won't need on Monday if you live in mainland Australia is an umbrella - unless it doubles as a parasol.

The Bureau of Meteorology had forecast Australia to be all but rainless for the day - aside from a tiny splotch off the Kimberley and western Tasmania.

The unusual reading, especially for the mainland of roughly 7.6 million square kilometres, had the agency's boffins poring over their record books. "The team can't comprehensively identify a day in our records where there hasn't been rain somewhere on continental Australia," a bureau spokesman said.

Australia cops weather from all directions making it a rare occurrence for rain-bearing clouds to skirt the mainland entirely.

Tasmania, which is typically exposed to westerlies, is usually wet on its west coast but eastern parts can be dry. Hobart is the driest capital after Adelaide.

Andrew Watkins from the bureau said a lack of rain across almost the entire country was "fairly unusual," but there have occasionally been days with virtually no rainfall.

The intensifying drought over eastern Australia is combining with an expected late northern monsoon, increasing the odds the mainland's rain gauges collect little or no moisture.

For instance, the bureau highlighted September 12 as similar to Monday's conditions, however pockets of rainfall were still evident in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.
Source: https://www.smh.com.au/environment/weather/the-day-it-forgot-to-rain-on-australia-20191111-p539cy.html
  • One thing you won't need on Monday if you live in mainland Australia is an umbrella - unless it doubles as a parasol.

    The Bureau of Meteorology had forecast Australia to be all but rainless for the day - aside from a tiny splotch off the Kimberley and western Tasmania.

    The unusual reading, especially for the mainland of roughly 7.6 million square kilometres, had the agency's boffins poring over their record books. "The team can't comprehensively identify a day in our records where there hasn't been rain somewhere on continental Australia," a bureau spokesman said.

    Australia cops weather from all directions making it a rare occurrence for rain-bearing clouds to skirt the mainland entirely.

    Tasmania, which is typically exposed to westerlies, is usually wet on its west coast but eastern parts can be dry. Hobart is the driest capital after Adelaide.

    Andrew Watkins from the bureau said a lack of rain across almost the entire country was "fairly unusual," but there have occasionally been days with virtually no rainfall.

    The intensifying drought over eastern Australia is combining with an expected late northern monsoon, increasing the odds the mainland's rain gauges collect little or no moisture.

    For instance, the bureau highlighted September 12 as similar to Monday's conditions, however pockets of rainfall were still evident in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.
    Source: https://www.smh.com.au/environment/weather/the-day-it-forgot-to-rain-on-australia-20191111-p539cy.html

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