Are Typhoons Slowing Down?



Climate change continues to alter weather systems in ways we did not expect.

In a study conducted in 2018, James Kossin of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Center for Weather and Climate analyzed 70 years’ worth of meteorological and atmospheric records. He found out that tropical cyclones, which include typhoons and hurricanes, have slowed down by up to 9% and increased rainfall by 24%.

millitary taking action in hurricane
In 2009, Typhoon Morakot approached Taiwan slowly before making landfall, bringing severe rains and flooding. (Source: wikimedia.org)

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Andreas Klippe

LET’S REVIEW: Climate Change



How come we only used to hear about global warming, but climate change is all the rave now? Let’s review and update our knowledge of what Climate Change is.

Climate change, eco-activism, and environmentalism are dominating the headlines these days. In situations like this, a lot of the meanings get changed, lost in translation, or maybe people just forget. A few years ago, the term most people were familiar with was Global Warming. Now, Climate Change is the more common term. Trends like these often spark skepticism or inspire people to assume they are the same.

Greta ThunbergClimate change activists like Greta Thunberg have been all over the news. (Photo courtesy of: parismatch.be)

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Andreas Klippe

5 More Foods We Could Lose to Climate Change



Ecosystems are so diverse and interdependent that the loss of one food can endanger another, here are 5 foods we could lose to climate change.

We had written about how we could lose coffee due to climate change. But, our caffeine fix isn’t the only thing in danger. Ecosystems are so diverse and interdependent that if you assume that other food items are also in danger, you would be right! If you ever needed more motivation to become more eco-friendly, here are 5 more food items we could lose due to climate change.

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