1. Miners to the Core ? AGM 2015 | Goldcorp

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    Last week, Goldcorp held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Toronto, Ontario at the Sheraton Centre Toronto. The event was well attended by shareholders, employees, and community members who heard from Goldcorp?s Chairman Ian Telfer and President & CEO Chuck Jeannes on the company?s accomplishments and plans going forward. In the weeks leading up to the AGM, a proxy advisory firm urged shareholders to vote against the proposed non-binding advisory resolution to accept the Company?s approach to executive compensation. Since 2012, we have provided shareholders with a Say-On-Pay vote to help us engage constructively, obtain meaningful feedback and ensure accountability for executive compensation. Read the release: http://bit.ly/1KRPn7Z ? 2015 | 3BL Media/Goldcorp | All Rights Reserved

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    • CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS

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      Nate McDowell, a tree physiologist in New Mexico, explains how a warming climate is irreversibly altering a cherished ecosystem. Produced for the Guardian: http://gu.com/p/47mv5/stw

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      • Modelled change of summer soil moisture 1875-2095

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        Climate model: Models participating in the CMIP5 project (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5) Model/visualisation details: Change of summer soil moisture 1875-2095 (June, July, and August) relative to 1900-1949; Representative Concentration Pathway RCP 8.5; spatial resolution: ~ 2.5° (~ 250 km); yearly data (11 year running mean, 10 interpolation steps) Project: Dr. Oliver Stebler (ETH Zurich) Copyright: ETH Zurich, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science

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        • Modelled change of summer precipitation 1875-2095

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          Climate model: Models participating in the CMIP5 project (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5) Model / visualisation details: Change of summer precipitation 1875-2095 (June, July, and August) relative to 1900-1949; Representative Concentration Pathway RCP 8.5; spatial resolution: ~ 2.5° (~ 250 km); yearly data (11 year running mean, 10 interpolation steps) Project: Dr. Oliver Stebler (ETH Zurich) Copyright: ETH Zurich, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science Version: 13.5.2015

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          • ClimateAction.TV: climate change stories on the road to Paris.

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            ClimateAction.TV combines the reach of online and mobile video with a social movement for change to deliver a powerful engagement and activism campaign before and during COP21. www.climateaction.tv/info

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            • Arresting Climate Change: Transforming the World's Largest Industry

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              50 minutes. Juneau World Affairs Council presentation, 12 May 2015, at KTOO Public Media, 360 North studio, Juneau Alaska. By Bill Leighty, Director, The Leighty Foundation: www.leightyfoundation.org/earth.php Nothing less than a prompt decision and commitment to transform the world's largest industry, from ~ 85 % fossil to 100 % renewable sources -- perhaps including some nuclear, now very difficult to predict -- will save Humanity and our fellow passengers on Spaceship Earth from these imminent dangers: 1. Rapid climate change, generally warming 2. Sea level rise 3. Ocean acidification 4. Species extinctions 5. Violent human conflict We can do this: more than enough affordable renewable energy pours on Earth from the Sun; a surfeit of geothermal energy is just beyond our present reach, 5 - 10 km beneath our feet. The technology is available, and getting better. About $US 45 Trillion will be invested in worldwide energy infrastructure in the next 15-20 years. We must not waste it on perpetuating our fossil fuel dependency. Our species is not guaranteed tenure here. This is not primarily a technical nor economic problem, but a spiritual one. Earth: "Love that, not man apart from that.". --- Robinson Jeffers

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              • Turbulence.org Commission: "Heat and the Heartbeat of the City" by Andrea Polli (2004)

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                Screen-capture from http://archive.turbulence.org/works/heat According to the Metropolitan East Coast Assessment maintained by the Center for International Earth Science Information Network at Columbia University, New York City will be dramatically impacted by global warming in the near future. Average temperatures in New York could increase by one to four degrees fahrenheit by 2030, and up to ten degrees by 2100. The impacts of these changes on this major metropolitan area will be dramatic. "Heat and the Heartbeat of the City" is a series of sonifications (musical compositions created by directly translating data to sound) that illustrate these changes focusing on the heart of New York City and one of the city's first locations for climate monitoring, Central Park. The data sonified is actual data from summers in the 1990's and projected data for summers in the 2020's, 50's, and 80's using one of the most detailed atmospheric models of any urban area. As you listen to the compositions, you will travel forward in time at an accelerated pace and experience an intensification of heat in sound.

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                • Ecology & Engineering

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                  This is a portion of a longer interview conducted between Ad Jeuken (Deltares) and John Matthews (AGWA) on the Adaptation Pathways approach to climate adaptation, the Netherlands' Delta Plans, and the importance of flexibility in water management planning. All videos covering a range of topics are available at vimeo.com/channels/918765.

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                  • Assessing Vulnerabilities

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                    This is a portion of a longer interview conducted between Ad Jeuken (Deltares) and John Matthews (AGWA) on the Adaptation Pathways approach to climate adaptation, the Netherlands' Delta Plans, and the importance of flexibility in water management planning. All videos covering a range of topics are available at vimeo.com/channels/918765.

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                    • Obstacles for Adaptation Pathways

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                      This is a portion of a longer interview conducted between Ad Jeuken (Deltares) and John Matthews (AGWA) on the Adaptation Pathways approach to climate adaptation, the Netherlands' Delta Plans, and the importance of flexibility in water management planning. All videos covering a range of topics are available at vimeo.com/channels/918765.

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