Je viens de recevoir le magazine DISCOVER / IRMA créé sous l'impulsion de @tomdallas , aidé par des photographes de l'île Saint Martin ainsi que Par @dancingmachine pour tous les texts . J'ai éprouvé une très grande émotion en Le parcourant et une très grande fierté ! Bravo quel beau travail de mémoire vous avez réalisé pour Les Saint Martinois. !👏👏👏 I have just received the magazine DISCOVER / IRMA , created at the investigation of @tomdallas , helped by other photographers of Saint Martin , as well as @dancingmachine for texts.. I felt a great emotion by traveling it and a big pride ! Which beautiful work memory for every Saint Martinois 🙏🏻 #SXM#saintmartin#sintmaarten#irma#hurricaneirma2017#magazinediscover#magazinediscoverirma#friendlyisland#portugal 🇵🇹 IF YOU WANT THE MAGAZINE, GO TO THE WEBSITE : irma.discover-magazines.com ❤❤❤❤
#HurricaneIrma left millions of Floridians without power and we answered the call for help with 175 employees who worked alongside @insidefpl to get the lights back on. Within 24 hours of receiving the call, our employees in a fleet of over 80 vehicles were ready to journey more than 2,500 km south. We’re proud to help our neighbours in times of need and proud to receive an @edisonelectricinstitute Emergency Assistance Award for our mutual assistance efforts during this time. #waybackwednesday#teamwork
2017 was definitely full of ups and downs but looking back over the year what stands out are the amazing memories we’ve made!
We traveled to 10 states, toured Monticello & the Alamo, the mini and I explored all of Greensboro and found tons of new fun things to do, we braved Hurricane Irma to spend the mini’s bday in Disney World, I turned 30 and rang it in with a smash cake and had a scavenger hunt all around Winston-Salem with some of my favorite gals, we made 2 great trips to New Bern and went on a scavenger hunt for bears, I helped throw a baby shower for one of my favorite people in the world, and the mini got her first role in a play, and the best part of the year...watching my sweet girl get baptized!! 2017 was a rollercoaster but we can’t wait to see what 2018 brings!
2017 has passed by so quickly wit its ups and downs
✔️Survive Irma - the greatest hurricane of all times
✔️Come for a year of Erasmus to Pavia and meet so many wonderful friends 🇮🇹
✔️live so close to Milan and Alps the only problem you have is to decide where to go on the weekend 😂 ✔️ Spend a perfect summer in Costa d’Amalfi
✔️ Porto trip 🍷
Can‘t wait to see what 2018 is about to bring!
Brother and sister chilling out on Smathers beach in Key West. It was a long drive from Miami with holiday traffic. Passed lots of debris piled up in the aftermath of hurricane Irma. In comparaison, Key West seemed to have been spared. We'll find out tomorrow.#resilience#hurricaneirma2017#global warming
#sponsored This is one of my favorite childhood memories! Enjoying breakfast with my Dad. I uploaded this photo to the app @donateaphoto in hopes to spread the word about the @savethechildren cause. This holiday season, I encourage you all to download the app "Donate a Photo" and upload a photo! For every photo that you donate, Johnson & Johnson gives $1 to Save the Children. That $1 can help restore child care and education services that the most strongly affected children living under the poverty level can depend on to continue their childhood, recovering emotionally and becoming more resilient. Please check out the #linkinbio 🖤 #JNJ#donateaphoto#savethechildren
The report of the National oceanic and atmospheric administration reported that continued ice melting, loss of snow cover and rising temperatures in the Arctic are becoming the new norm. The signs of climate change in the region was clearly observed for many years since the air temperature has risen twice as fast as on a global scale.
The consequences of the melting of the Arctic and a strong likelihood that in the near future it will not return to its former state, have significant implications far beyond its borders. Arctic sea ice plays an important role in mitigating global warming, as it reflects sunlight back into space. And scientists say that rapid warming in the Arctic is a preview of what is to happen in the world.
Two separate studies presented at the conference showed that climate change increased rainfall during the hurricane "Harvey" in Houston by approximately 15-38 %. This storm brought nearly 1,200 millimetres of rain in some areas and caused billions of damage.
Countries have committed themselves to try to keep the temperature from rising more than 2 °C by 2100, but studies show that leaders are still far from achieving this goal.
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. 🆕Researched and studied the relationship between climate change and extreme weather events for many years, but most of the conclusions, in General, contained forecasts of potential future damage. This year, according to scientists, the results are far from theoretical. Global warming is causing problems here and now.
. 🆕The conference had before it a report of the American meteorological society on extreme weather events in 2016. In the past, the group found the likelihood of increasing some extreme weather events. But this year scientists discovered that a record global temperature in the year 2016 and the warmest in the history of water in the Bering sea would be impossible without anthropogenic climate change.
. 🆕The report also mentioned the global heat wave, extreme El Nino and coral-bleaching events. It is noted that these events were closely associated with climate change, although theoretically possible without it.
. 🆕The report of the National oceanic and atmospheric administration reported that continued ice melting, loss of snow cover and rising temperatures in the Arctic are becoming the new norm. The signs of climate change in the region was clearly observed for many years since the air temperature has risen twice as fast as on a global scale.
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Holiday party helps boost spirit of Hurricane Maria evacuees from Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands.
There was a big holiday celebration to help boost the spirits of children and families evacuated to New York City from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center in East Harlem was filled with holiday decorations, face painting, music and a traditional island Christmas dinner.
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