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Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. In March of this year, LiveScience reported that a group of researchers at the Planetary Science Institute, a nonprofit of scientists studying planetary systems, proposed that sprinkling large amounts of salt into the atmosphere could stave off climate change. Because salt is highly reflective, they propose that it could potentially reflect sunlight back into outer space, helping to cool the Earth. Not knowing how the salt properties would change, and how much would be needed are a couple reasons why the research continues. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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Expect to see more dandelions as carbon levels rise in the atmosphere. Research published by Cambridge University Press has shown that elevated CO2 levels lead to higher rates of reproduction for the weeds, and a higher chance of survival for the seedlings. Booming dandelion populations have real world consequences. Increased weed presence lowers crop yields, and forces farmers to spray more herbicide on their fields. This ultimately disrupts the food supply, and makes food more harmful to eat. One more example of how climate change is forcing us to evolve, but it’s up to us to do so in a sustainable manner. .
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I remember once , someone told me there is only one #mineral springs in the world name #badabsurt
I guess he has never been anywhere outside of country
@Regrann from @everydayclimatechange - Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Salt workers at the ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. In March of this year, LiveScience reported that a group of researchers at the Planetary Science Institute, a nonprofit of scientists studying planetary systems, proposed that sprinkling large amounts of salt into the atmosphere could stave off climate change. Because salt is highly reflective, they propose that it could potentially reflect sunlight back into outer space, helping to cool the Earth. Not knowing how the salt properties would change, and how much would be needed are a couple reasons why the research continues. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. In March of this year, LiveScience reported that a group of researchers at the Planetary Science Institute, a nonprofit of scientists studying planetary systems, proposed that sprinkling large amounts of salt into the atmosphere could stave off climate change. Because salt is highly reflective, they propose that it could potentially reflect sunlight back into outer space, helping to cool the Earth. Not knowing how the salt properties would change, and how much would be needed are a couple reasons why the research continues. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost
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Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. In March of this year, LiveScience reported that a group of researchers at the Planetary Science Institute, a nonprofit of scientists studying planetary systems, proposed that sprinkling large amounts of salt into the atmosphere could stave off climate change. Because salt is highly reflective, they propose that it could potentially reflect sunlight back into outer space, helping to cool the Earth. Not knowing how the salt properties would change, and how much would be needed are a couple reasons why the research continues. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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#Repost @natgeo
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Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. In March of this year, LiveScience reported that a group of researchers at the Planetary Science Institute, a nonprofit of scientists studying planetary systems, proposed that sprinkling large amounts of salt into the atmosphere could stave off climate change. Because salt is highly reflective, they propose that it could potentially reflect sunlight back into outer space, helping to cool the Earth. Not knowing how the salt properties would change, and how much would be needed are a couple reasons why the research continues. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream #Inca #Indigenous #Ideas #Salt


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Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria


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Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. In March of this year, LiveScience reported that a group of researchers at the Planetary Science Institute, a nonprofit of scientists studying planetary systems, proposed that sprinkling large amounts of salt into the atmosphere could stave off climate change. Because salt is highly reflective, they propose that it could potentially reflect sunlight back into outer space, helping to cool the Earth. Not knowing how the salt properties would change, and how much would be needed are a couple reasons why the research continues. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Salt workers at the ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Salt workers at the ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #saltponds #Peru #stream


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Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria


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#regram #RG @everydayclimatechange Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanup


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria


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Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria


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#Repost @natgeo
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Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria


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Trabalhadores subcontratados para limpar danos de vazamento de petróleo na Nigéria. Além do dano ambiental, na foto há a precarização na proteção do trabalhador cuja exposição ao petróleo bruto (e eventualmente seus derivados) sem a devida proteção causa adoecimento no trabalho cujos efeitos em princípio são devastadores porém com repercussão apenas no longo prazo. #Repost @natgeo
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Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria


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Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria - #regrann


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Photo by @edkashi Workers subcontracted to clean up an oil spill from an abandoned well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but had been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #nigeria


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Shell Oil spill in Nigeria Regrann from @edkashi - Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanup - #regrann


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Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil.
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#everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanup


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Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanup


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Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanup #Repost @everydayclimatechange


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Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanupRepost @everydayclimatechange with @get_repost
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Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanup


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Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto. Workers subcontracted by Shell Oil Company clean up an oil spill from an abandoned Shell Petroleum Development Company well in Oloibiri, Niger Delta. Wellhead 14 was closed in 1977 but has been leaking for years; in June of 2004, it spilled over 20,000 barrels of crude oil. #everydayclimagechange #ECC #actonclimate #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #nigerdelta #oilspill #petroleum #environment #cleanup


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Did you know if you’re 41 or younger you’ve never experienced a normal climate, not even once?

The last time it was cooler than the 20th century average was in 1976 when Gerald Ford was President of the United States. The first Star Wars movie had just started filming and Steve Jobs had just founded Apple computer in his garage.‬ If you were born in the 1980’s, you grew up in the warmest decade ever recorded. That is until the 1990's, where every year was warmer than the 1980's average. And each decade has been hotter than the last, right up until today.

If you’re in your teens, almost every year of your life has been one of the hottest years ever recorded. 17 of the 18 hottest years on record have occurred since 2001. This is just the beginning. What may seem “normal” today will soon feel anything but. These are #climatefacts share widely.

#everydayclimagechange #climate #climatechange #world #earth #repost #regram @yearsofliving


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Hi, @carlbigmore posting more work from my project 'There It Is. Take It.' This is what remains of the Owens Lake, at the mouth of the Owens River, CA, having been drained of its water since 1913. Still under the control of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), a dust mitigation system is now in place in order to stop fierce storms sweeping up the valley. You can see more from this project over on my website. #metroimaging #metroprint #everydayclimagechange #californiadrought #waterwars #owensvalley #owensriver #california #westcoast #landscape #climatechange #filmsnotdead #kodakportra #analog #analogphotography #6x6 #rolleiflex #broadmag #fisheyelemag #rentalmag #mediumformat #documentaryphotography #documentary #desertification


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