The Week in Climate Change

02/11—02/18/2019

Sean C. Davis
Feb 18, 2019 · 6 min read
Photo courtesy of the NASA Earth Observatory: “An enormous dust cloud snaked over Australia in mid-February 2019, carried toward the southeast by strong, dry winds. The dust reddened the skies over Sydney and turned air quality ‘hazardous’ over parts of New South Wales.“

Science/Effects

Politics

“Millennials have been hearing for 20 years [that climate change would be an issue for their generation to deal with.] And I would say, thanks, we’re here now. This is us taking over the issue that, decades ago, people said would be ours to deal with. This is what the next generation of the issue looks like.”

Energy

Activism

“It’s just during these strikes that I am convinced we can actually make a difference.”

Other

The Week in Climate Change

All of the climate news, science and activism you need to know about from the previous week— all in one place.

Sean C. Davis

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Writer and stuff- politics, social issues, climate change, activism, etc.

The Week in Climate Change

All of the climate news, science and activism you need to know about from the previous week— all in one place.

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