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 We are hoping to find a good balance of advocacy for ESF.  We particularly believe that Engineers bring an opportunity to have objective points of view on subjects. ​ By reducing a problem to numbers and science, we should be able to produce defensible positions. ​ So, we hope to use this website and our membership input to gather good information on which to base decisions, and good processes by which to apply it. We are hoping to find a good balance of advocacy for ESF.  We particularly believe that Engineers bring an opportunity to have objective points of view on subjects. ​ By reducing a problem to numbers and science, we should be able to produce defensible positions. ​ So, we hope to use this website and our membership input to gather good information on which to base decisions, and good processes by which to apply it.
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 +We have an overlapping crisis of COVID--19. ​ A current issue is should schools reopen to live students in classrooms? Please see investigation **[[COVID vs. Classrooms|COVID vs. Classrooms HERE]]**
  
 Climate Change has become Climate Crisis. The urgency is not uniformly visible around the world, but the climate is approaching world-wide tipping points whose consequences would be world-wide problems. Climate Change has become Climate Crisis. The urgency is not uniformly visible around the world, but the climate is approaching world-wide tipping points whose consequences would be world-wide problems.
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 +Unfortunately very little progress is being made against Decarbonization or sequestration. ​ For context you could look at [[in_2020_-_are_we_worried_yet|In 2020 Are We Worried, Yet?]] Or even at [[in_2018_-_are_we_worried_yet|In 2018 - Are we In a Hurry, Yet?]]
  
 Governor Kate Brown has taken the lead in addressing climate change for Oregon.  ​ Governor Kate Brown has taken the lead in addressing climate change for Oregon.  ​
  
-Please continue [[study_of_kate_browns_executive_order_on_climate|at this link]]+Please continue ​**[[study_of_kate_browns_executive_order_on_climate|AT THIS LINK]]**
  
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