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Easy to Understand New Information on Climate Change by NPO Speedy Land Trust

We are currently in earnest preparation to launch NPO, Speedy Land Trust.

We are launching the official website in March, and we’re finally in the works for the main activities at hand.

My partner and co-representative, Ian Shimizu, is always keeping me updated on the current situation. I received debatable materials from Ian, explaining that the warming of the earth is a myopic view, and we are headed towards an interglacial period in a macroscopic view. It’s just as shown in the charts below; the materials that NASA firmly released.

 

 

Please observe the 3 datas below:

1. GISTEMP Seasonal Cycle since 1880
A graph that tracks monthly average temperatures on the Earth’s surface over the 140 years from 1880 to 2019, which is said to be before the Industrial Revolution. As the graph depicts, you can see the rising from the blue (1880) to red (2019). The Earth’s temperature has risen twice the amount in 140 years. (Data from: NASA GISS)

https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/graphs_v3/

2. NPO Tuvalu Overview
Slides visualizing abnormal weather and natural disasters in 2019.
http://www.tuvalu-overview.tv/

3. Global Temperature Anomalies from 1880 to 2019
Visualizations by Lori Perkins Released on January 15, 2020

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 2019 was the 2nd hottest year in history. You can observe this from NASA’s website video which they posted on January 15th, 2020. By the way, 5 of the worlds leading agencies studying the atmosphere (see below) agree that the temperature is rising.

NASA, NOAA, the Berkeley Earth research group, the Met Office Hadley Centre (UK), and the Cowtan and Way analysis
https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/4787

4. Annual Arctic Sea Ice Minimum 1979-2019 with Area Graph
Visualizations by Trent L. Schindler Released on January 10, 2020/ NASA

This is a video depicting the Arctic sea’s smallest ice extent. This is the ice that is above the sea (sea ice) when there is very few of it left. Since 1970, NASA has been tracking the Arctic sea ice. You can see that Arctic sea ice is reducing at an extreme rate.

https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/details.cgi?aid=4786&button=recent