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Where can I find out more about ocean acidification?

For scientific news, an excellent, constantly updated source is Ocean Acidification, a portal and blog sponsored by the European Project on Ocean Acification. Another excellent …

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What is “ocean acidification”?

When we think about urgent threats to our environment, the images which come to mind are usually smokestacks and automobiles belching exhaust and smoke into …

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What can I personally do to reduce ocean acidfication?

Any action you’d take to reduce release of CO2 in the atmosphere will help. So at home, for example, if your electricity comes from coal-fired …

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What are the potential long-term consequences of ocean acidification?

Over the next century, steady increases in carbon dioxide emissions and the resulting rise in the acidity of the oceans could cause most of the …

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What action is being taken to curb ocean acidification?

So far, not much! Reducing ocean acidification means reducing carbon output. And, as you know, nations are struggling to agree on acceptable levels of greenhouse …

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What about carbon sequestration?

So far, no reliable method has been found for removing excess carbon from the atmosphere, other than dissolving it in the ocean. Which as we’ve …

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Can the scenario really be this grim? Why haven’t I heard about it before?

Given all of the attention we’re paying to climate change on the earth’s surface, it does seem surprising that this threat has gone relatively unnoticed …

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Interview with Elias and Sven

By Daniel de la Calle   Between lemonades, swimming pools and ice cream Sven and Elias sat down for this brief interview, five years after …

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The Doom of Hope

By Daniel de la Calle Two weeks ago Professor Roger Bradbury (Australian National University) signed a New York Times op-ed piece in which the real …

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Sex! (A.K.A. News)

By Daniel de la Calle Media Matters for America (by “America” they mean the USA) released a study last week showing the “Kardashians get 40 …

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100 Screenings in Chile

By Daniel de la Calle About a year ago I traveled with our documentary to Chile for a series of screenings in Santiago, Valparaiso and …

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Condensed by Distillation

By Daniel de la Calle Decanted from the speedy flow of information here are a handful of the latest news on Ocean Acidification: ≈≈≈The Third …

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13 News for the 31st

By Daniel de la Calle Three years ago you really needed to scrape at the bottom of the barrel to come up with news on …

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Art&facts

By Daniel de la Calle For more than 35,000 years we have been inspired by nature, driven to reproduce and depict it in drawings, carvings, …

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After the Storm

By Daniel de la Calle The storm passed and so did the election, strangely intertwining both in a way that made hard to distinguish one …

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January 2013

By Daniel de la Callehttp://www.danieldelacalle.com/ Gone is 2012, the hottest or coldest year in recent history depending on where you live, gone too are the …

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400 Blows

By Daniel de la Calle 400 blows do not raise hell after all: This month of May 2013 will be remembered as the time when …

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Free Popcorn and Lemonade Screening

By Daniel de la Calle ≈≈≈The Duke Chapel Congregation has scheduled a free outdoor screening of A Sea Change this Friday, July 20th (at dusk, …

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Overflow

By Daniel de la Calle How much is too much?  When does a stream of information flow over and one more entry, article, news piece …

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July, July!

By Daniel de la Calle Some news before the month comes to an end: ≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈  “The Australian government announced plans to construct the largest network …

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Marching Through March

By Daniel de la Calle March 2013 is furiously peeling off days from the calendar, desperate to pass the torch on to other months, other …

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Painting Destruction By Numbers

By Daniel de la Calle 1 In less than two weeks our good friend and Associate Producer Ben Kalina will be premiering his new documentary …

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How Much Do You Know About Water And The Oceans?

By Daniel de la Calle Let’s play a little quiz game thanks to some of the Sierra Club Knowledge Cards, see how much you know …

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Thank You and Goodbye

By Daniel de la Calle I have been writing for our blog since early 2010, traveling also on occasions to South America to screen the …

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