Posts Tagged ‘climate change’



May 2017 E-News: Bird Migration & Climate Changes Affecting Migration Patterns

With International Migratory Birds Day approaching on May 13th, we wanted to dedicate our feature article of the May 2017 e-newsletter to be all about bird migrations and factors that affect it. One of my favorite past times is feeding and watching the birds in my backyard!  I have different visitors, such as the goldfinch, [...]

Climate Change, Coral Bleaching and Arctic Ice Melting

The topic of climate change is not a new issue, but it is a very important one to discuss.  Recently in the news, we’ve heard that February 2016 was the warmest month recorded to date. Along with these warm temperatures, we’ve seen recent reports about arctic ice melting. Just last week, BusinessInsider.com put out an [...]

New Climate Change Non-Profit Could Change Asheville’s Future Economy

There’s a new non-profit in town!  The Collider, a non-profit seeking to combine business and science on the topic of climate change, launched in the Wells Fargo Building on Friday, March 11, 2016 in Asheville.  NASA released a statement saying that February 2016 has been the “Most Abnormally Warm Month Ever Recorded”. With that news [...]

NOAA and Global Fever

High Touch High Tech is excited to present our Global Fever program at the NOAA headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland today! Dinosaur Dan will be presenting the hands-on Global Fever experience to approximately 70 scientists and administrators. The presentation will also be simulcast on the OneNOAA Science Seminar which NOAA scientists and educators from all over the world [...]