The psychology of global climate change

We can no longer hide the fact that human systems have become as integral and defining a component of this planet’s processes as are biological, atmospheric, hydrologic, and geologic systems. We all know that. The following is an abstract of a paper from participants in the symposium, “Innovations in Environmental Policy,” sponsored by the University […]

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EPIRB: the emergency position indicating radio Beacon

Last night, just before dinner, I had a conversation with my 6 years-old daughter about the emergency position indicating radio Beacon, as know as EPIRB, I’ll use while on the iceberg. I guess, some of you might be interested in knowing how it works. Dad, is this the iceberg which you will be living on? […]

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The cultural change of the climate change

People love stories. Sometimes they make them dream, sometimes they frighten them, but stories always make people think. The story I want to tell is the story of a small village in Greenland, Uummannaq. It is situated on a small island in a remote area of the west coast of Greenland and preserves the tradition and […]

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