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Kobee Manatee Climate Change and The Great Blue Hole Hazard July 21, 2021

Announcing the Most Awaited Fourth Installment in the Award-Winning Kobee Manatee Children’s Educational Picture Book Series! Kobee Manatee Climate Change and The Great Blue Hole Hazard – Will be Released on September 28, 2021 (Lexile Measure: AD790L) Greetings to you! In this blog, I’ll be talking about my brand new fourth installment in the award-winning Kobee…

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NASA Unleashes More Sobering Climate Change News! May 24, 2021

This graph shows the meteoric increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere since the Industrial Revolution. Climate.NASA.Gov  Credit” Luthi D., et. Al 2008;  Etheridge, D.M., et al. 2010; Vostok ice core data/J.R. Petit et al; NOAA Mauna Loa CO record. Greetings to you! I want to continue blogging about Climate Change. This time, I’ll discuss…

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Are Coral Reefs Getting Sick from Plastic? July 18, 2018

Plastic bottles and wrappers are now littering coral reefs. A new study indicates the plastic is causing significant damage.  Michael O’Neill/Science Source Greetings!  I’m sure you heard the sobering news on how quickly plastic pollution is piling up in our precious ocean. Millions of tons of plastic trash float to the bottom of the ocean each…

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The Oceans are Choking from Plastic Pollution April 2, 2018

Plastic now makes up 90% of all trash floating on the ocean surface. Greetings! Did you know that Plastic is a substance the earth cannot digest? That’s right – it never goes away. Every year, we use 17 million barrels of oil to make plastic. Plastic now makes up 90% of all trash floating on…

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Plastic Invades Our Global Coastlines! July 6, 2017

Plastic litter invades the once picturesque coastline of Thailand’s Tarutao National Park. Photo Courtesy – Utopia_88 Getty Images Greetings! Today, I thought I’d talk about “Clean Beaches Week,” which runs from July 1st through July 7th. It’s a time when our beaches are very vulnerable to large amounts of litter. In particular the accumulation of…

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