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Beautiful Bristol Bay by John Lopker (song in MP3)

This original song by American singer-songwriter John Lopker is a tribute to Alaska's Bristol Bay. It is also a protest song against the controversial plan to build the Pebble Mine. Lopker shared the song via the Free Music Archive under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International licence. (4.7 MiB, MP3, MP3, 2:38 minutes) A note from Lopker about 'Beautiful Bristol Bay': "Bristol Bay is the lifeblood of Alaska. Home to the world’s largest wild sockeye salmon run, the bay provides tens of thousands of Alaskan jobs and feeds Americans from coast to coast. Its pristine waters have sustained the Indigenous peoples of the region for millennia, and each year tens of thousands of anglers and visitors from around the world are drawn to its extraordinary beauty and abundance. The foreign-owned Pebble Mine would poison Bristol Bay, weaken Alaska’s economy, and threaten our way of life."

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Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis — Summary for Policymakers

This Summary for Policymakers (SPM) presents key findings of the Working Group I (WGI) contribution to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). With some telling graphs, it recaps the current state of the climate, including how it is changing and the role of human influence; the state of knowledge about possible climate futures; climate information relevant to regions and sectors; and how human-induced climate change can be limited. (5.9 MiB, PDF, 42 pages)  

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IPCC press release on latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report, 9 August 2021

The full text of the IPCC press release is headlined 'Climate change widespread, rapid, and intensifying'. It warns that global temperature averaged over the next 20 years is expected to reach or exceed 1.5 degrees celsius. Examples of foreseen changes are listed, including "more intense rainfall and flooding" and "contined sea level rise throughout the 21st century". (148 KiB, PDF, 6 pages)

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