Sunday, 28 July 2019

#Photos Go fetch #Dogs catching balls

Go fetch: Dogs catching balls

Photo by Eileen McFall

#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #WindEnergy

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope

Wind energy is evolving quickly, and renewables are creating jobs in Canada already. Why not invest in that and become energy independent? 3.5% is not enough, and I truly believe Canada can do better.
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#Pain #Medication and #PainManagement for #Dogs

Pain medication and pain management for dogs


Pain medication for dogs



No dog deserves to live with chronic pain. Unfortunately, many of them do, and that is why proper pain management for dogs is an important way to ensure a high quality of life. Some dogs will present with limping or lameness, while other dogs symptoms can be harder to read. Your dog may appear more tired than usual, lethargic or become aggressive when touched in certain areas. Or maybe “he’s just not himself lately.” That is why a pain assessment by your veterinarian is a great start to crafting the best pain management plan for your pet.

#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #ExtremeWeather

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope

We need to act now for future generations, as the extreme weather events caused by a rapidly warming climate will continue for centuries to come.
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#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Climate #Scientist

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope

There is no debate among scientists, man-made climate change is real.
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#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #GlobalWarming #Video

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope

The 10 hottest years globally on record have been since 1998. WATCH THIS VIDEO to see 135 Years of Global Warming in 30 Seconds.



#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #CoralBleaching #OceanAcidification

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope

Carbon dioxide absorbed into the ocean has caused ocean acidification, which has lead to the mass coral bleaching that we are seeing today. Coral bleaching has greatly impacted the Great Barrier Reef. We are losing our natural wonders due to consumption nd consumerism.
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#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #Penguins in #Antarctica

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope

Antarctica could lose most of its penguins to climate change. Diet is just one of the ways penguins are being affected- available nesting habitats will diminish as average global temperatures rise.
 CLICK HERE to learn more from National Geographic!



#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #Animal #Agriculture

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope



"The growing of livestock and other animals for food is also an extremely inefficient process. For example, it takes approximately five to seven kilograms of grain to produce one kilogram of beef. Each of those kilograms of grain takes considerable energy and water to produce, process, and transport. As meat consumption has grown around the world, so has its climate impact." CLICK HERE to learn more from David Suzuki Foundation!

Climate Facts Animal Agriculture

#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #RenewableJobs

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope

While the increase seems large, there is room for growth in the renewable industry. Investing in clean energy means investing in job creation. CLICK HERE to read the full report.



Climate Facts Renewable Energy Jobs



#ClimateFacts series: #ClimateChange #Science #Solar #Energy

Climate Facts: Sharing science and hope




“According to new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, one in five Australian households, or 19 percent, now use solar energy for electricity or hot water. That’s up from about 5 percent in 2011, when the bureau first started publishing statistics on solar.”
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Climate Facts Solar Energy