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America and the West’s dirty little secret: Are reductions in greenhouse gases best measured by production or consumption?

America and the West’s dirty little secret: Are reductions in greenhouse gases best measured by production or consumption? | IB Geography (Diploma Programme) | Scoop.it
By importing goods from polluting factories in Asia, Americans and others in developed countries underwrite carbon emissions...

 

This is a compelling question: are reductions in greenhouse gases best measured by production or consumption?  The question that this article is posing is essentially trying to find blame for greenhouse gas emmision, but thinking geographically, ponders where along the commodity chain should the bulk of the blame be placed.  What do you think?  


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Texas Storm Was Over Eight Miles High

Texas Storm Was Over Eight Miles High | IB Geography (Diploma Programme) | Scoop.it
The astonishing power of Mother Nature....

 

3D NASA images show the magnitude of last week's storm in Texas was immense, vertically towering 8 miles above the Texas landscape.  The storm "spawning 14 tornadoes and golf ball sized hail was immense...[NASA's] Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite watched the storm develop and measured its cloud height at above eight miles high." 


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