Expect more flooding and coastal erosion as global sea levels rise more than previously predicted over the next century, according to a study released Friday. Some parts of the Pacific Coast will see several inches higher in coming decades, and by the year 2100, places may need to brace for up to 4 1/2 feet rises. Throw in a major earthquake off the coast of Oregon and the land could drop further causing sea levels to rise more than 3 feet.
Heat, carbon dioxide and air pollution are already having significant effects on trees, plants and crops, and for most plant scientists, the debate over climate change ended long before the arrival of extreme weather like Hurricane Sandy.
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msleahhbic asked: I really admire your reply to Laura. I had to write my teaching philosophy (the first time) before I had ever been in a classroom. I look back now and laugh at how juvenile and silly it sounded now. My philosophy has changed so radically in the last two years because I have had to be in front of children and actually teach them! It's so easy to stand in judgement of working teachers when you're speaking from a place of no experience- well teaching experience anyway. :)
I don’t think she was juvenile or silly, just uninformed of the realities of teaching in public education. And a lot of people are until they have...