Years of Living Dangerously Premiere Full Episode


This is the first episode of a series on climate change produced by ShowTime. Excellent!

P.S. PR friends: The evangelical climate scientist, Katherine Hayhoe, interviewed in this episode, provided the global climate data used in a recently published study on seasonal impacts of climate change on ag water resources in Puerto Rico. Click here to download

Imagine if you were in a place worse than hell: Tacloban City in the Philippines.


Imagine if you were in the city of Tacloban in the Philippines right now with your family.

No water, no food, no shelter, missing or dead family members, decaying bodies everywhere, armed criminals roaming the streets, another tropical storm on its way, etc., etc., etc….(list of horrors could go on for pages).  What would you do?  It is really worth taking a few minutes to think about how you might cope with an impossible situation like this, and the real possibility that you or some of your family members will die.

PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO ONE OF THE MANY AID AGENCIES THAT ARE HELPING THE VICTIMS IN THE PHILIPPINES.  TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE!  THEY NEED HELP NOW, NOT NEXT WEEK.  THANK YOU.  CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR AID AGENCIES ACCEPTING DONATIONS:  http://edition.cnn.com/SPECIALS/impact.your.world/

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Courses offered this semester at UPRM: Farm Irrigation and Agroclimatology (TMAG)


I will be offering the following two courses this semester at UPR-Mayaguez. Please click the following links for the course fliers.

TMAG 5017 Agroclimatology

TMAG 4019 Farm Drainage and Irrigation Systems

Please feel free to contact me if you would like additional information about either course.

Eric Harmsen, Professor
University of Puerto Rico
Dept. of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 00681
email: harmsen1000@hotmail.com, eric.harmsen@upr.edu
phone: 787-955-5102
websites: http://pragwater.com , http://bahai.org

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