Finding Human Evidence in the Mystery of Climate Change
If you were ever in doubt about the ability of humans to cause real changes to the climate over time, this article will prove you wrong. From the writers at ClimateShift comes a well written article sourcing a report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to squash any and all nay-sayers. The climate is truly changing due to humans, “the most important of these impacts […] include threats to ecosystems and organisms, increasing coastal erosion and inundation, decreasing crop yields, and intensifying flood frequency,” (Quote pulled from ClimateShift’s article). Read the full article on the effects of our oceans and what you can expect the work to look like in 60-80 years if we make serious reductions to green house gas emissions, or if we don’t…!
About jenseraJennifer Harrington is a Toronto-based illustrator, writer and graphic designer. She illustrated the best-selling children’s book series 'A Moose in a Maple Tree,' which includes the titles 'A Moose in a Maple Tree,' 'The Night Before a Canadian Christmas' and 'Canadian Jingle Bells.' She is also the owner of JSH Graphics, a boutique graphic design agency that specializes in print and web advertising. With her latest project, Eco Books 4 Kids, Jennifer has partnered with illustrator Michael Arnott to create a series of ecologically-themed ebooks for children. Her next book, 'Spirit Bear,' is due for release in the Summer of 2013. Jennifer offers two different school presentations for her 'Moose in a Maple Tree' collection, an illustration demonstration and a Christmas concert series, which can be booked at www.amooseinamapletree.com. She will be taking bookings for school readings of 'Spirit Bear' beginning in October 2013.
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