Archive for the climate change Category

‘YouTube Night’ Recap

Thank you to everyone who came out Wednesday night, Amanda, Steve, Mary, John, Andy, Laine, Kendrick, Connor, Katelyn, Nicole, the nice girl who will have to remain nameless since I never properly                                               […]

Evan’s Labor Day Fall Garden Update

Hi everyone, I hope you’ve been enjoying the festivities and relaxation of Labor Day Weekend, I personally have spent much of the past two days reminding myself that the Public Library is closed; I love that place. 🙂 I do have some fairly good news to report about the garden: it’s not dead :-), but […]

Sustainable OKC hosting Transition Town workshop

Transition Town OKC (TTOKC) started in January 2009 with two basic questions: 1) How can communities respond to the intertwining challenges of more expensive energy, resource depletion, a changing climate, and economic instability? And, 2) How can we create more sustainable and resilient ways of life even while facing financial uncertainty? A project of fellow […]

OU researchers create ecological forecaster

From the OU Daily: Researchers from around the world will soon be able to forecast ecological processes with the development of an “information cafeteria” a team of OU researchers is creating called cyberCommons. CyberCommons will allow others to obtain electronic real-time data of ecological systems. A $6 million grant from the National Science Foundation allowed […]

Scientists describe possible impact of climate change on Oklahoma

From The OU Daily: An official statement on climate change from the Oklahoma Climatological Survey reported that the earth’s climate has warmed over the last 100 years, and much of the warming over the last 50 years is due to the increase of greenhouse gases from human activity. The report also stated global warming would […]