APCC and Cape Cinema present An Inconvenient Sequel – Truth to Power Tuesday, November 7th at Cape Cinema, 35 Hope Ln (off Rt 6A) in Dennis Doors open at 6pm for socializing, cash bar Film at 7pm (100min) Linger after the film for a short Panel Discussion and hear what others are doing to address climate change here … Continue reading An Inconvenient Sequel – Truth to Power
The second presentation in Lower Cape Indivisible’s climate change lecture series is taking place this Thursday, October 19th from 6:30 – 8:00 PM at the Brewster Ladies’ Library. The overall series title is Climate Change Threats to Cape Cod: What Can We Do? This 2nd lecture features Greg Berman talking about how beaches are … Continue reading Climate Change Lecture Series Presentation Coming Up!
Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) is an independent research institute where scientists investigate climate change causes, dynamics, and impacts around the globe. In June 2016, WHRC was ranked as the top independent climate change think tank in the world for the third year in a row. Dr. Philip Duffy, President of WHRC, expressed serious concern … Continue reading Woods Hole Research Center Reacts to Pull-out from Paris Climate Accord
Edible Cape Cod is a food magazine, right? What does climate change have to do with a perfect lobster roll or the price of ice cream? Though life on the Cape is quite idyllic, it isn’t forever. Cape Cod exists atop a peninsula of sand and its borders are in constant motion. The parameters of the … Continue reading Climate Change from a Foods Perspective
The new film TIME TO CHOOSE leaves audiences not only comprehending the scope of the climate change crisis, but the solutions already available to fix this global threat. Cape Cinema is airing the film on June 8th at 7 pm. Doors open at 6 pm; join us then for a meet and greet. Following the … Continue reading Time to Choose – climate change film at Cape Cinema on June 8th
Off-shore wind energy has taken off in Europe, where thousands of huge wind turbines scattered up and down the coast now generate many megawatts of of energy for the Scandinavian countries, Germany, and the British Isles. Here in the U.S., not so much. In fact, the first off-shore wind farm in the country – four … Continue reading Is a Clean Energy Future for Cape Cod Blowing in the Wind?
On Tuesday, April 11th Cape Cod Academy will host the Cape Cod Student Summit on Climate Change and Human Rights on the Academy campus at 50 Osterville-West Barnstable Rd. in Osterville. Students have been invited from all of the high schools on the Cape, and over 100 students are expected to attend. The program, which … Continue reading Youth Climate Summit Coming Soon
Justin Gillis New York Times – November 28, 2015 Justin Gillis has put together a list of quick answers to often-asked questions about climate change. They should give you a running start on understanding the problem. Please click here.
New Local Collaboration To Address Climate Change Pelagic Report with Steve Junker WCAI – June 17, 2016 Listen to Steve Junker interview Rich Delaney, CEO of the Center for Coastal Studies, about the motivations behind creation of the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative. Steve’s radio program can be heard here.
From “Paris to Pleasant Bay” Moving Locally on Climate Change Earth View, by James Wolf The Bird’s Eye View – Summer 2016 Earth View is from Cape Air’s seat back magazine The Bird’s Eye View which is seen by passengers traveling to 40 destinations in New England, the Midwest, the Caribbean, Montana, Florida, and New … Continue reading From “Paris to Pleasant Bay” Moving Locally on Climate Change