1. Recycle the CO₂ content in the atmosphere: Just reducing the greenhouse gase emissions is not a permanent fix for the problem. Today Startups are going the extra mile and are trying to recycle the CO₂ in the atmosphere. More importantly a cost effective way needs to be found to store that amount of CO₂ whichContinue reading “Disaster warnings are as Reliable as the Humans Creating the Apps via Syntax Apps”
The magnitude 3.4, 4.0 and 4.5 quakes struck about 20 kilometres south of the city on Nov. 29. via Fort St. John earthquakes were caused by fracking: BC Oil and Gas Commission —
List of Closures and Evacuations | Real-Time Updates OAK PARK, Calif. (CBSLA) — The devastating Woolsey Fire continues to spread across the Southland, causing the evacuation of over 75,000 homes already in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. CBS 2’s Tom Wait witnessed the fire’s destructive power firsthand while reporting from Oak Park. (CBS2) In the video…Continue reading “WATCH: Oak Park Home Engulfed In Flames Collapses As CBS2’s Tom Wait Reports Live — CBS Los Angeles”
More than 1,000 Hawaii residents have been forced to evacuate their homes as a dangerous lava flow continues to spread on the state’s Big Island. CBS News reports on CBSN about why this lava flow is so unusual.
Will Grant (BBC) writes about the differences and similarities between Cuba and Puerto Rico’s responses to Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, respectively: If Hurricane Irma hitting Cuba and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico had one thing in common it was that – despite ample warning – they seemed to take many by surprise. It was […]Continue reading “How Cuba and Puerto Rico responded to their hurricanes — Repeating Islands”
Ana Campoy (Quartz) writes that Puerto Rico is still a disaster zone, three weeks after Hurricane Maria: Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico on Sept. 20. Three weeks later, many residents still live like it’s the day after the storm made landfall. More than 90% of the island remains without electricity, and roughly a thirdContinue reading “Puerto Rico is still a disaster zone — Repeating Islands”
SEATTLE — Officials are trying to determine the scope of an “apparent sinkhole” that appeared Thursday morning in the city’s Queen Anne neighborhood, Seattle Department of Transportation spokesperson Norm Mah said. The apparent sinkhole was noticed Thursday morning on 5th Avenue near the intersection of W. Comstock Street. The hole is about 3-feet wide. Mah… viaContinue reading “Sinkhole in Seattle”