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GAZASIA is committed to improving air quality in inner city environments across the world, and although this is only a small change to the overall global
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You need to be careful when considering installing solar energy panels to your home and are calculating the cost benefit analysis of the project. I discovered
The power of corporations have always overshadowed the average citizen and it is also fact that corporations are largely responsible for much of the pollution
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The Climate Change Guide is, essentially, your guide to a more sustainable future, and will provide you with all relevant information on mankind's greatest challenge.
The Amazon Rainforest plays a vital role in the biosphere but unfortunately, deforestation is threatening its very existence.
Melting glaciers will be devastating since it will affect supplies of drinking water as well as agricultural output which millions of people depend on.
The greenhouse effect is responsible for global warming, an increase in global surface temperatures.
The effects of climate change are numerous and each one of them will affect many human lives. In fact, climate change may even endanger our very existence.
There is a strong relationship between malaria and climate change, and millions of lives will be at risk if sufficient action is not taken.
Numerous reports are now showing a strong and worrisome relationship between salmonella and climate change. This virus will affect millions of people and may get much worse in the future.
With rising temperatures, dengue fever will rise to new heights and will spread to millions of people.
There is a strong correlation between floods and climate change. Around the world, millions of people will be affected and many of them could become environmental refugees.
Climate change will increase the intensity, frequency and duration of tornadoes which will have devastating effects on communities.
The hottest years on record have all occurred since 1998 which is quite alarming to say the least.
Climate change will exasperate global shortages of food and water with devastating consequences for the human civilization.
Around the world, the advent of shrinking lakes poses a serious threat to many communities as fresh water levels will decline alongside a growing population.
Rising sea levels will have a tremendous impact on coastal regions around the world as it will cause millions of people to lose their homes.
Sadly, man-made climate change will ignite a massive extinction of species around the globe, and the entire biosphere will be affected.
Why this climate change guide? Find out more about Laurent Cousineau and his website.
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We call these "Your Pages" because that's exactly what they are: by, for and about you, our visitors. We are looking for contributions on a variety of aspects of climate change.
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This section includes various climate change news you should know about. These articles span several different topics and will help you stay up-to-date.
The Climate Change Glossary will provide you a list of important terms that will help you understand the phenomenon of climate change.
There are several different ways in which we can help stop climate change and build a better world not only for ourselves, but for future generations as well.
The meat industry has a significant impact on climate change, but fortunately there are many things that can be done to remedy the situation.
Deforestation and climate change are very closely linked and the destruction of forests must be stopped or compensated by reforestation in order to mitigate the climate crisis.
There are several causes of climate change but the emission of greenhouse gases is the primary one. Moreover, other human activities have contributed to the problem as well.
The Gulf of Mexico oil spill is by far one of the worst environmental catastrophes in history.
Conventional transportation uses gasoline and hence releases greenhouse gas emissions responsible for the observed warming around the world and its adverse effects.
If left unmitigated, anthropogenic climate change could ignite many wars over natural resources which may cripple human civilization in the future.
Tar Sands in Alberta is Canada's worst environmental disaster and covers an area larger than England. Alone, it contributes to more greenhouse gases than all Canadian cars combined.
It is my pleasure to bring you all this knowledge on climate change. Now, you can help spread the word by sharing it with your friends. There are many ways in which you can share.
Simply put, Greenplease is a mobilizing Platform featuring TURFS & TOOLS to empower people to pressure corporations to observe much greener standards.
How does global pressure contribute to saving wildlife that is currently under threat?
How I Helped Reduce My Carbon FootprintSome of the unique things I have done to help erase my carbon footprint are to reduce, reuse, recycle, and free-cycle.
A haboob is a type of intense dust storm that is carried by an atmospheric gravity current. Haboobs occur regularly in arid regions throughout the world.
Dust storms will increase in strength and in numbers due to anthropogenic climate change, caused by our relentless emissions of greenhouse gases.
...and we're making the world a better place for NOTHING! :) I say this to deniers every time I come across one. They often stare at me with a blank
Better Globe is a Norwegian company that is selling trees and Donation Packages online to help African families out of poverty through market-driven charity
The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement with the goal of reducing global greenhouse gas emissions in order to combat man-made climate change.
I have been practicing the art of resusing and reducing plastic bag and plastic packaging usage. I use bulk products already, but I am thinking about
The melting polar ice caps are often depicted in popular culture but are not well known. The truth is that they will have tremendous consequences on the biosphere.
Hydroelectricity is a form of alternative energy that, although renewable, has many disadvantages and could pose harm to local ecosystems.
Hydrogen power will allow us to drive without worrying about greenhouse gas emissions, and will help stop climate change.
Biomass energy is a new form of alternative energy that could help reduce your carbon footprint. It is made from living materials such as corn, sugarcane, hemp, and switch grass.
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