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Gathering the Wind: What the Bible Says About God, the Weather, and Climate Change By Michael Galloway
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We've all read the headlines. Epic weather disasters of "Biblical proportions" involving floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, and blizzards seem to be occurring at a record pace. To some, it may... More > seem as if the climate of the planet is going out of control. Yet what does the Bible say about the weather? Does it say anything about climate change or global warming? Or has God simply left us to our own devices? The Bible contains hundreds of verses that refer to the weather and who is in control of it. Scripture is filled with examples of how God has used weather both as a warning and as a blessing. It also contains examples of how weather has been used in times of battle and even as a means of judgment. Building on examples from the past, present, and future, this book addresses weather and climate from a Biblical perspective. It also asks the question: where is God when disaster hits?< Less
Climate Change and Global Warming - Exposed: Hidden Evidence, Disguised Plans By Andrew Johnson
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The weather is something which affects all of us, every day of our lives. It dictates our long and short-term plans. Though it has obvious and far reaching importance, most people don't know very... More > much about the weather. These days, they don't take time to observe it and probably spend more time looking at a screen than they do looking at the sky. They don't really know why the weather seems to be changing. They are told by mainstream sources that anthropogenic (human) activity is having a negative effect on the climate. This book collects together, for the first time, a range of diverse data which proves that the whole issue of “climate change” is more complicated and challenging than almost all researchers into all these topics are willing to consider, examine or entertain. The book covers the global warming myth, geoengineering proposals, persistent jet trails, weather anomalies, weather modification, 9/11 and Agenda 21. Most of the people that need to read this book probably won't ever hear about it.< Less
Climate Change and Global Warming - Exposed: Hidden Evidence, Disguised Plans By Andrew Johnson
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The weather is something which affects all of us, every day of our lives. It dictates our long and short-term plans. Though it has obvious and far reaching importance, most people don't know very... More > much about the weather. These days, they don't take time to observe it and probably spend more time looking at a screen than they do looking at the sky. They don't really know why the weather seems to be changing. They are told by mainstream sources that anthropogenic (human) activity is having a negative effect on the climate. This book collects together, for the first time, a range of diverse data which proves that the whole issue of “climate change” is more complicated and challenging than almost all researchers into all these topics are willing to consider, examine or entertain. The book covers the global warming myth, geoengineering proposals, persistent jet trails, weather anomalies, weather modification, 9/11 and Agenda 21. Most of the people that need to read this book probably won't ever hear about it.< Less
Living memory, future worlds: Bristol voices on climate change By Caroline New & Karen Snodin
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This is the story of how some Bristol women got scared thinking about climate change, and what we did as a result. In all our neighbourhoods, we have a valuable resource: citizens who know how you... More > can live with lower carbon emissions – because they’ve already done it. As older women, we know from our own experience that a lower-energy future needn’t all be depressing. We’ve experienced losses as well as gains as technology has advanced. In some ways, life might actually improve. Communities could become stronger and more supportive again, for instance. The Bristol people we have interviewed for this pamphlet and the exhibition that accompanied it can all remember less energy-extravagant times. Many of their memories are happy. We think the interviews hold clues to a better future.< Less
Living memory, future worlds: Bristol voices on climate change By Caroline New & Karen Snodin
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This is the story of how some Bristol women got scared thinking about climate change, and what we did as a result. In all our neighbourhoods, we have a valuable resource: citizens who know how you... More > can live with lower carbon emissions – because they’ve already done it. As older women, we know from our own experience that a lower-energy future needn’t all be depressing. We’ve experienced losses as well as gains as technology has advanced. In some ways, life might actually improve. Communities could become stronger and more supportive again, for instance. The Bristol people we have interviewed for this pamphlet and the exhibition that accompanied it can all remember less energy-extravagant times. Many of their memories are happy. We think the interviews hold clues to a better future.< Less
The Medieval Warm Period: How Climate Change Shaped European History By Amy Moenning
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The Medieval Warm Period had many effects on European history. To name a few examples, climate change played a significant role in the exploration and settlement of the Norse in Greenland,... More > Iceland, and Canada; caused significant changes in medieval farming and husbandry, and allowed the English to compete with the French in producing high quality wine. Climate change also shaped the general health of the medieval population by creating crop surpluses and famines, determining diet and nutrition, and contributing to the spread of many diseases including the infamous bubonic plague. < Less
The Medieval Warm Period: How Climate Change Shaped European History By Amy Moenning
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The Medieval Warm Period had many effects on European history. To name a few examples, climate change played a significant role in the exploration and settlement of the Norse in Greenland, Iceland,... More > and Canada; caused significant changes in medieval farming and husbandry, and allowed the English to compete with the French in producing high quality wine. Climate change also shaped the general health of the medieval population by creating crop surpluses and famines, determining diet and nutrition, and contributing to the spread of many diseases including the infamous bubonic plague.< Less
We Are In Between - Rights for People Displaced In the Context of Climate Change By Vikram Kolmannskog
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Every year millions are forced to flee their homes in the context of climate change and disasters. This book explores the lives and rights of people displaced. It argues that law can be used... More > strategically to secure more effective rights. It also emphasizes the importance of the context of law and the need to address a range of socio-economic, cultural and political factors.< Less
Meteorite Craters, Mass Extinctions, Climate Change & Meteorite Impacts on Earth By Herbert Young
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As a geologist, I consider meteorites to be very special types of rock. They truly are rocks from "out of this world." Meteorite Craters, Mass Extinctions, Climate Change & Meteorite... More > Impacts on Earth is a downloadable PDF reference that belongs in every meteorite enthusiasts library. You will discover: How you can identify a meteorite Mineralogy of meteorites The location of global meteorite craters Mass extinctions, climate change & meteorite craters on Earth This is an ideal ebook to begin exploring the fascinating subject of meteorites, meteorite impact craters and mass extinctions on Earth. This 35 page ebook is available as a downloadable PDF format immediately.< Less
We Are All in This Together: Fifty Stories of Hope and Loss in a Changing Climate By Ariel K. Burgess
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We are all in this together is an environmental art project that showcases fifty species who have already been documented as being affected by contemporary climate change. For each of the stories... More > that you can find in these pages there is an accompanying painting. Through viewing the art and reading the stories, we start to see how each of these species are intricately interconnected with their environment and other species around them. This project highlights fifty species, but as you read, you will find that it is really telling the stories of ecosystems and biodiversity. Shifting weather patterns under the influence of climate change is having profound effects around the world in complex and ever-changing ways. This book is a snapshot in time, tells some of the realities that species are facing in the midst of this global shift, and begins to paint a picture of our changing world. For more information and to see the paintings go to blackburgeart.com< Less

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114 Treasures 114 Treasures By Jewel of Faith
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