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Melbourne had sea fogs and so did we on the Bass Coast, some mornings it didn't clear til after lunch, to a sunny day. But now the rain has set in and abruptly we have freezing arctic temperatures because it's snowing, somewhere, and we're feeling the effects.
(Not my photo). #weather#climate#fog#seafog#city#coast#snowing#arctic#sunny
15 of those bags end up in the ocean, where they harm marine life.
Did you know that Germany has the second greenest Parliament building in the world and aims to make all buildings carbon neutral by 2050? What kinds of green infrastructure does your city have? And does your city utilize low-energy technology to power its municipal buildings?
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We’re giving away one copy of Peter Calthrope’s “Urbanism in the Age of Climate Change” published by @island_press. To enter, “like” this photo. For an extra entry let us know how your city is preparing for climate change. For every person you @tag in the comments you’ll receive an additional entry. More tags, greater chances of winning. Closes May 21, 2018 at 2:00pm PST. Only available to those in the United States. Sorry, those shipping costs ... . Best of luck!! #normanfoster#architecture#arch#climatechange#petercalthorpe#reichstag#germanbundestag
Sundays are for reading Cultured. @stormkingartcenter’s exhibition "Indicators: Artists on Climate Change” opened to the public this weekend and brings together over fifteen artists whose work helps highlight and raise awareness about the effects of climate change. Pictured here, @jennykendler’s Birds Watching with our latest issue.