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Why the “Climate Emergency” Trope is Starting to Feel Worn Out

By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor You’ve heard all the trigger words and phrases: “climate change,” “global warming,” “12 years to act.” We’re constantly bombarded with this information on social media, told that our human actions on the planet are irreversible and have to constantly adjust to navigating a social and political atmosphere of climate change deniers.  When I say the climate emergency feels “worn out,” I mean that the way […]

todayNovember 6, 2019 22

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Two Minutes to Global Catastophe

By Caden Ziegler Web Content Contributor Tick-tock. Tick-tock. Hear that? That’s the sound of the Doomsday Clock, which is a  clock used to count down man-made global catastrophe. It’s highly symbolic and uses a metric of time that isn’t standard. That being said, every time an event occurs that incites global tension, the clock gets moved up closer to midnight. As of Jan. 25, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists […]

todayMarch 7, 2019 4

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San Marcos Mayor to Combat Climate Change

By David West News Reporter San Marcos Mayor, John Thomaides, joins over 300 mayors across the country to combat climate change after President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord. San Marcos was already working on numerous environmentally friendly programs for the past decade before joining the national mayor initiative. Those programs will now shift to a more climate change focus. Thomaides is focused on working with regional mayors on […]

todayJuly 1, 2017 9

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Daily News Recap (4-22-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager If carbon emissions are not cut by 2030, the effects could be disastrous. According to CNN, an increase of droughts, rising sea levels, mass extinction, and the food we eat would be harder to produce [if carbon emissions keep rising]. If humans warm up the world more than 2 degrees Celsius, or 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit, the world would up the odds of […]

todayApril 22, 2015 4

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Daily News Recap (4-16-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager President Obama’s regulation attempts to slow down climate change will make its debut in court today. It is expected that the regulation discussion in court will last several years as the legal battle over policy begins. According to the New York Times, there are thirteen states and the District of Columbia that are currently supporting Obama’s proposal and are saying that no […]

todayApril 16, 2015 4

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