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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Mother Nature Challenge 2

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This is the way which mother earth may look one day?
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HELP MOTHER NATURE FOR BETTER CLIMATE
These are today’s problems?
Can we make it work better?
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Mother Nature Challenge 2
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This post is being called Mother Nature Challenge 2, because I would like to go back to basic idea and the reason why I started this blog called Mother Nature Challenge; as you can see from the name and content of my previous posts there is a challenge for all humanity, so, I would like to see all those people that are able to contribute to take part in this challenge that we face these days, in the hope that one day we will be able to solve it to our advantage, and humanity will survive and thrive.
Therefore, here I am trying to express my own personal concern and views of this enormous problem that humanity as a whole is facing today, we can see that almost every day there is something in the news related to global warming and other related articles, such as:
Temperature increase;
Melting of polar ice caps;
Rising sea level;
Islands close to sea level will disappear below the sea if global warming is not reversed;
Violent storms that may get only worse as the temperature rises;
Australian Barrier reef dying due to rise in sea temperature;
And many other related articles all linked to global warming.
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But there is still hope that we may overcome all these drawbacks, if those people that are able to do something about it start thinking what can be done?
For instance last month I had a pleasant surprise, I found this email, it was from very serious people and I would like the world to know that there are people that care about our environment, so there is hope that humanity may still survive for a long time, if we listen to those who care and invest their time for the benefit of mankind; and of course at the same time those people have to look after their own interest and how to earn a living, but the success of everything depends on planning how to deal with the present problems? So, let us just have a look at the email I received? Their link is hereunder.
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http://www.climatechange.gov.au/en/submissions/cprs-green-paper/~/media/submissions/greenpaper/0929-mitic.ashx
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Now you can see what I mean about hope; but having said that there is hope is not enough, because we really need facts that something is being done, or at least plans that something can be done to minimise global warming. So, here I would like to suggest a few more things that can be done.
But before I do that I would like to tell you that here we are looking at very unusual serious problems and unusual problems may need unusual solutions, therefore we may need to look at employing something that has never been used before, therefore there are no limits, so, let our human imagination run wild and suggest what can be done to solve these problems, which global warming is bringing us.
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Overall the main problem seems to be: Temperature increase, melting of polar ice cap and other glaciers, which will run into the sea and raise the sea levels.
What can we do about this?
Is there a way to minimise this sea level change?
For sure humanity needs to do anything possible to minimise any damage that will be caused from this sea level change. So, let me dream an impossible dream, which in the end may even be possible.
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This suggestion below is only an example of the many possible things that we may be able to do:
Has anyone ever thought to look at ways about how to use unproductive lands which are below sea level? Or perhaps even productive lands, if the benefits outweigh the loss.
I know for a fact that the Dead Sea in the Middle East is 423 m below sea level and increasing as its waters evaporate. So, at least by my imagination if a tunnel is constructed in such a way that waters from the Mediterranean Sea can flow into the Dead Sea, then the Dead Sea will not run dry and indeed it might help in reducing a tiny bit the world sea level.
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I know that this is the only place on earth that humanity may not be able to strike an agreement, because those people who own this place are always at war and do not trust each others. (The only reason that I have chosen this place is because it is the largest and most known place on earth, which is below sea level)
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But who knows? In fact, this may well be the will of God that by bringing this new project to them, they could be able to find peace and common ground at last?
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As I said this example above is only an example and there are many other places on earth that this can be applied. But I think that I have said enough in this post to make any serious visitor to start thinking for a solution to this global warming problem.
Next time I may come up with some suggestions about what can we do here in Australia to help planet earth overcome global warming?
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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Time to start peace talks with the earth.

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Time to start peace talks with the earth
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Murray-Darling Basin
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environment.gov.au/water
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Have Your Say on Planning Water For the Future.
The angry reaction to the Murray-Darling Basin report recommending better stewardship of that precious river system has the hallmarks of a war against the environment and against those who think current practices are destroying the means of our existence. It is the language of victory and defeat - of protagonists and opponents.
Yet as the smoke rises from the bonfires of the Murray-Darling Basin reports, three of the world's most significant environmental scientists are promoting their prescriptions for a more life-enhancing future. One is Canadian David Suzuki; another is Australian Tim Flannery; and the third, Vandana Shiva, is Indian.
Suzuki's most recent book is Legacy, Flannery has written Here on Earth and Shiva has penned Soil Not Oil.
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In response to an Australian journalist's question about the future of the Murray-Darling Basin, Suzuki insists, ''The party's over!'' He says, disbelievingly, ''On the world's driest continent, you even grow and export rice.'' He wants his grandchildren to benefit from better guardianship of the planet and not to be penalised by the greed and selfishness of their grandparents' generation.
Flannery's several theses highlight a process of co-evolution, which should be easily recognised in a country that is home to the oldest living human cultures. The planet can be stable and productive if the human inhabitants learn to live in harmony, not conflict. If ideas of co-operation, altruism and love of all living things are revived, no one need despair.
A distinguished Indian physicist, Shiva is concerned with the plight of the world's poor and with corporations' fossilised ways of thinking.
She recognises the toxic red sludge from the Hungarian aluminium plant that has polluted waterways, destroyed homes and claimed lives - because she has witnessed similar devastation on the subcontinent. ''I have seen the red ponds multiply at Lanjigarh in Orissa, where Vedanta set up an aluminium smelter, where people died or fell ill when they came into contact with the toxic sludge.''
Shiva's alternatives echo those of Suzuki and Flannery: we can continue to exploit and deplete or, as trustees, resolve to conserve, develop and enhance the riches of nature we have inherited. ''We can either keep sleepwalking to extinction,'' she says, ''or wake up to the potential of the planet and of ourselves.''
She is as hopeful as Flannery: ''We can become agents of transformation by recognising that we have the capacity, the energy and the creativity to make the change.''
These three musketeers for the planet advocate not war over development but dialogue for democracy. For Flannery, this means living in harmony to sustain co-evolution. For Shiva, it means a democracy for the earth by conserving irreplaceable ecosystems.
Luckily, the federal parliamentary committee consulting on the merits of the Murray-Darling Basin report is to be chaired by independent MP Tony Windsor, whose negotiation skills suggest he is eminently suited for the task. The committee can take people's anxieties into account, debunk the familiar stereotypes of irrigators, greenies, farmers and conservationists, and reframe key questions.
Dialogue can point the way to sensible conflict resolution, not more preparation for victories and defeats.
Flannery and Shiva soon will present a combined plea for their case to be heard and heeded. Shiva will be the recipient of the 2010 Sydney Peace Prize, awarded for her campaigns to protect subsistence farmers and to empower indigenous women, and for her scientific analysis of environmental sustainability.
Flannery will award that prize to Shiva in Sydney on November 4. The previous evening, in her City of Sydney Peace Prize lecture, Shiva will address the task of ''making peace with the earth'' by creating climate justice that requires commerce to work within laws of ecological sustainability and social justice. Ride on, the three musketeers.
Stuart Rees is Professor Emeritus of the University of Sydney and director of the Sydney Peace Foundation.
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Some people have interesting ideas to improve this situation.
see: Mitic CLIMATE ENGINEERING
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http://www.climatechange.gov.au/en/submissions/cprs-green-paper/~/media/submissions/greenpaper/0929-mitic.ashx
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this will change deserts and whole continent for better climate
environment, provide hydro energy, permanently.
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To see more you need to click on Mitic CLIMATE ENGINEERING link above, it is an interesting theory about how we can help Mother Nature.
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Sunday, September 26, 2010

What is climate change?

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It seems to me that we still do not know what to do to take care of our planet earth, so these questions arise: What is climate change? What are today's problems? Let us look at them?
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What are today's problems?
What is climate change?
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Climate change is the greatest threat facing our planet. Humans are causing climate change, and humans can stop it getting worse. We can keep our planet healthy for future generations by acting on climate change now.
What’s causing the problem?
Humans are causing climate change by adding huge amounts of carbon dioxide (C02) and other greenhouse polluting gases to our atmosphere. The biggest source of greenhouse pollution is burning fossil fuels (like coal and oil) for energy.

Why is the planet warming?
Earth is wrapped in a delicately balanced ‘blanket’ of gases. Like a greenhouse in a garden, this insulating layer traps heat from the sun, and sustains life.
Human activities (like burning coal and oil) are adding huge amounts of greenhouse pollution to the atmosphere. The pollution stays in the atmosphere for many decades. Greenhouse pollution is making Earth’s ‘blanket’ unnaturally thick, and this is heating up the planet. This is commonly called global warming. The heat trap is also causing many unusual and dangerous changes to our climate and weather systems, best described as climate change.

Climate change and you
Australia is particularly vulnerable to climate change – environmentally and economically. We already live on the driest inhabited continent on earth. Climate change is making most of Australia drier. We are already experiencing more severe droughts in the bush, and water shortages in our cities.
Climate change is bad for our economy, and bad for our individual hip-pockets. In 2009, Victoria faced some of the worst Bushfires on record. Professor David Karoly from the University of Melbourne’s School of Earth Sciences discusses how the record heatwaves and prolonged drought prior to the February 2009 bushfires in Victoria could be linked directly to climate change.
We can stop climate change, but only by making major reductions in the amount of greenhouse pollution we create. To cut pollution, we need to drastically change the way we use and produce energy.
Individuals, businesses and governments need to become much more energy efficient and stop wasting energy. And we need to move to clean, renewable sources of energy.
Renewable energy is available now, safe for the environment and good for our economy. By dealing with climate change, we can make Australia a world leader in renewable energy and create thousands of jobs and new exports.
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Monday, September 6, 2010

Oceans on brink of mass extinction

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It seems to me that we still do not know what to do to take care of our planet earth, as this study shows we are slowly poisoning the oceans, which in turn will change the existing life on earth for a long time. We should really ask ourselves, what can we do to improve our chances of survival?

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Oceans on brink of mass extinction: study
Friday, 3 September 2010 Stephen Pincock
ABC



The study warns human activities are threatening to trigger a mass extinction event in our oceans (Source: Naomi Brookfield, file photo/User submitted)
Climate change, over-fishing and other human impacts have pushed the oceans to the brink of a mass extinction that could take tens of millions of years to recover from, an Australian scientist says.
Dr John Alroy from Macquarie University in Sydney has used the fossil record of the ocean, dating back more than 500 million years, to study how major changes in marine animal groups take place.
His work is published today in the journal Science.
In the course of the past 540 million years, marine animals have undergone several mass extinctions that saw dominant life forms suddenly replaced by others, he says.
For example, about 250 million years ago, species of animals known as lamp shells, which had dominated sea-beds, were suddenly replaced by clams and snails.
"The lamp shells were all over the place and diverse for a quarter of a billion years, then the biggest mass extinction in the history of life on earth happened - the Permian-Triassic extinction - and they went from being all over the place, to being rare and not very diverse."
Resetting the rules
Until recently, scientists had thought these extinction events were governed by the slow unwinding of predictable evolutionary "rules" that operated over hundreds of millions of years, says Alroy.
"What my paper shows is that that story is fundamentally wrong, in that it doesn't take into account the way a big evolutionary innovation or mass extinction can overturn the rules."
"The change in the balance of groups is not random. It's not that some groups have good luck and some have bad luck. There has actually been a resetting of the rules of evolution."
New order
Human activities such as over-fishing, the acidification of the oceans and the introduction of imported species are threatening to trigger another such event, Alroy warns.
"It's not just a mass extinction, but a massive reshuffling of species across the globe. We're simultaneously ruining the environment and selectively wiping out certain groups."
This combination of stresses threatens to leave ocean biodiversity devastated, he says. "Things are so bad right now in so many different ways it's very hard to imagine that you wouldn't have a big long-term overturn in the balance of groups."
The fossil record shows that the consequences of this kind of mass extinction can last for many millions of years.
"It will take tens of millions of years before there is a full recovery with respect to the number of species in the ocean and the balance of groups," Alroy says. "It will establish a new order that will persist for a very long time."
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Friday, August 20, 2010

Can we combat climatic misinformation?

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Report aims to combat climate 'misinformation'
By environment reporter Sarah Clarke
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The statement says global emissions must peak within a decade and decline rapidly if dangerous climate change is to be avoided. (Reuters: Ilya Naymushin)
• Audio: Scientists unite in fresh warming warning (PM)
Some of the nation's top scientists have united in a new climate statement which issues fresh warnings about the dangers of global warming.
The statement released by the Australian Academy of Science is a first for the organisation and details the key evidence identified globally by climate scientists.
It says carbon emissions need to be cut by more than half by 2050 if there is to be a good chance of keeping temperature rises to less than two degrees.
It also says global emissions must peak within a decade and decline rapidly if dangerous climate change is to be avoided.
Kurt Lambeck from the Australian National University says current misinformation is confusing the public debate and the warnings need to be identified.
"It's because we've been concerned about the nature of the climate change debate in recent times," he said.
"We see the quality of the science improving with time but the debate seems to be degenerating in some ways."
Professor Lambeck says one of the reasons behind the degeneration is that the science is very complex.
"Climate science is really at the sort of intersection of a whole lot of basic science areas," he said.
"Now a lot of people understand elements of those basic sciences but they don't understand the complexities that occur when you try to put it all together.
"People get confused over those minor, what are essentially secondary issues and in that process the whole level of the debate degenerates."
Professor Lambeck says the complexity of the issue may be one reason both sides of politics seem to have shelved the issue of climate change.
"I suspect both sides find it hard to understand what they should be doing," he said.
"Some time ago the major parties both recognised that climate change was a real threat and that, you know, action needed to be taken.
"But we've lost that consensus between the two parties."
'Severe' impact
Professor Lambeck says the statement looks at global temperatures, which he says have increased by "about a degree" over the last century.
"A degree doesn't sound like very much but it appears that its impact on regional climate can be quite severe," he said.
"Now when I say one degree, that is the global average surface temperatures.
"There are parts of the globe that have been subjected to much larger changes in more recent times.
"Whether that's part of a long term trend or whether that's part of some of the natural variability or whether these are oscillations, that's something that we don't know yet because our records are too short."
Scientific questions
The statement makes the point that no scientific conclusion can ever be absolutely certain.
But Professor Lambeck does not think that leaves the conclusions open to sceptics and critics.
"The underpinning parts - the fact that CO2 is increasing, the fact that CO2 increases results in global temperature rises, the fact the CO2 has a long residence time in the atmosphere - these are facts that are extremely unlikely will ever be overturned by new information," he said.
"Where the scientific questions arise is in the feedbacks that occur between the various components.
"We're not totally clear on that and we may not have the right way to put that into our forecast.
"But these are factors that will affect the rate at which things will change.
"They're extremely unlikely to affect the change in direction of what we are observing."
The Greens say the report shows the major parties need to do more to deal with the threat.
Greens Senator Christine Milne says the big parties are acting as if climate change is not real.
"Both parties are trying to ignore climate change and this is big turnaround from 2007 when the Labor Party told Australians that it was a great moral imperative and they would act on it," she said.
"Part of the reason for that is the sceptics campaign that has been aided and abetted by Tony Abbott and the Coalition."
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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

How to be healthy wealthy and wise

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How to be healthy wealthy and wise, I have called this post. The reason why I have called it that is simple, I would like to show you how we can plan to do a few things, which can keep us healthy can make us wealthy and we become wiser by doing those things, because we even help Mother Nature to keep our planet healthy. So, what is it you may ask? Well the answer is simple start growing your own vegetables. Is that all? Yes I say!
Look if you have a place with a piece of land it is very easy to do that, just start gardening in a small scale and then keep growing, the outdoor activities are just great and you will feel better for it, you will save money and you can help Mother Nature keep the planet healthy as well.
Have a go I believe it is worth trying.
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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Could this really be possible and save us?

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To Save the Planet From Global Warming, Turn the Sahara Green




Could this really possible and save us?
Some scientists think that it is possible for us to save the planet earth, all we need to do is to turn major deserts into lash green forests.
To me it sounds almost like an impossible dream; but they say that it is possible to achieve.
I wonder why our leaders do not talk about it?
I suppose they do not believe in it, so, here I would like to ask you a question;
Do you think it is possible to achieve?

The report in, (ScienceNOW Dayly News)
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A team of researchers has come up with a simple plan to halt global warming: All we need to do is turn both the Sahara and the Australian outback into vast, shady forests.
While that might sound so ambitious as to be absurd, the climate scientists say the project would be no more expensive or technologically challenging than some of the other geoengineering schemes that are currently under discussion. And researcher Leonard Ornstein says it would certainly get results. Ornstein says that if most of the Sahara and Australian outback were planted with fast-growing trees like eucalyptus, the forests could draw down about 8 billion tons of carbon a year–nearly as much as people emit from burning fossil fuels and forests today. As the forests matured, they could continue taking up this much carbon for decades [ScienceNOW Daily News].
The study, published in the journal Climatic Change, proposes huge desalinization plants on the North African and Australian coastlines to convert sea water to fresh water, and a system of aqueducts and pumps to move the water inland. The young forests would be nourished with drip irrigation to prevent water loss through evaporation, and the sandy wastelands would change into endless groves of heat-tolerant, tropical trees like eucalyptus. All that water engineering would come at a steep price–about $2 trillion per year–but the researchers say that cost isn’t much more than the projected cost of capturing all the carbon dioxide emissions from the world’s power plants and burying them deep underground. They also note that carbon capture and storage technology is still untested on the commercial scale, while everyone already knows that forests work as carbon sponges.

But like other proposed geoengineering schemes, the researchers note that planting these forests might have side effects. The increased moisture could trigger plagues of locusts in Africa, just as the odd wet year does now. It could also dampen existing soils, stopping iron-rich dust from blowing off the Sahara and into the Atlantic Ocean, where it nourishes sea life, the study points out [ScienceNOW Daily News].
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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Another manmade disaster

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Another manmade disaster
What can we do to avoid them?
THIS CAN GET EVEN WORSE WITH THE STORM SEASON COMING ON
We should really start working harder to find ways how to use less fossil fuel: Governments need to encourage growth in the fields of alternative energy, as this may save humanity in the long run.
Look at what is happening now and how much it will cost to fix it?
If all the money that we need to be spending to fix this manmade disaster was spend to find alternative energy we would be better off?

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This is what was reported in the news;
Storm threatens BP spill clean-up
Oil whashes up on Pensacola Beach
By Craig McMurtrie
Posted 26 June 2010

The April 20 explosion of the Transocean Deepwater Horizon rig killed 11 people and has since caused the worst oil spill in US history. (Reuters: Carlos Barria)
• Related Story: BP to shell out billions over devastating oil spill
• Related Story: BP was told of safety fault before blast: worker
• Related Story: BP boss retreats in face of spill protests
• Related Story: BP reattaches Gulf containment cap
An approaching storm system is the latest threat to the massive oil spill containment effort in the Gulf of Mexico.
The US National Hurricane Centre is warning that a storm developing off Honduras could turn into a tropical cyclone and sweep into the Gulf of Mexico next week.
The US official heading the oil spill response effort, Admiral Thad Allen, warns that if the storm hits it will further disrupt containment efforts.
He says for safety's sake people and equipment will have to start moving from the damaged well site five days before any gale force winds hit.
"Obviously it's going to be a very negative effect on [the containment effort] because at some point we're going to have to break production and get those production units to a safe locale," he said.
Earlier this week BP's siphoning operation was disrupted when the containment cap over the leaking well was accidentally damaged.
The April 20 explosion of the Transocean Deepwater Horizon rig killed 11 people and has since caused the worst oil spill in US history.
The well is majority-owned by BP.

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Monday, June 21, 2010

Could the human race become extinct?

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In the news:
This report below is just one of the many, in fact I have just read another one that said that the human race could be extinct in the next 100 years.
We should ask ourselves what should we do to prevent our own extinction?
What do you say to that? Let us know if any of you has any ideas?

This is one of the reports:
Could unbridled climate changes lead to human extinction?

2010-06-19 17:50:00

Scientists have sounded alarm bells about how growing concentrations of greenhouse gases are driving irreversible and dramatic changes in the way the oceans function, providing evidence that humankind could well be on the way to the next great extinction.
The findings of the comprehensive report: 'The impact of climate change on the world's marine ecosystems' emerged from a synthesis of recent research on the world's oceans, carried out by two of the world's leading marine scientists.
One of the authors of the report is Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, professor at The University of Queensland and the director of its Global Change Institute (GCI).
'We may see sudden, unexpected changes that have serious ramifications for the overall well-being of humans, including the capacity of the planet to support people. This is further evidence that we are well on the way to the next great extinction event,' says Hoegh-Guldberg.
'The findings have enormous implications for mankind, particularly if the trend continues. The earth's ocean, which produces half of the oxygen we breathe and absorbs 30 percent of human-generated carbon dioxide, is equivalent to its heart and lungs. This study shows worrying signs of ill-health. It's as if the earth has been smoking two packs of cigarettes a day!,' he added.
'We are entering a period in which the ocean services upon which humanity depends are undergoing massive change and in some cases beginning to fail', he added.
The 'fundamental and comprehensive' changes to marine life identified in the report include rapidly warming and acidifying oceans, changes in water circulation and expansion of dead zones within the ocean depths.
These are driving major changes in marine ecosystems: less abundant coral reefs, sea grasses and mangroves (important fish nurseries); fewer, smaller fish; a breakdown in food chains; changes in the distribution of marine life; and more frequent diseases and pests among marine organisms.
Study co-author John F. Bruno, associate professor in marine science at The University of North Carolina, says greenhouse gas emissions are modifying many physical and geochemical aspects of the planet's oceans, in ways 'unprecedented in nearly a million years'.
'This is causing fundamental and comprehensive changes to the way marine ecosystems function,' Bruno warned, according to a GCI release.
These findings were published in Science.
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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Grow your own vegies and help

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It is easy to grow your own vegies, just plant them and they will gorw for you, I will tell you how hereunder.
You do not have to start with a big pach of vegies, just a few plants will do to start with.
Then when you have some know how you can expand.
You can start with just a few potted plants, and see how you go.
But if you have a piece of land you may have better results, as some plants grow big they do not like a small pot.
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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Grow your own veggies.

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Grow your own veggies.

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Grow your own veggies, it is worth the effort.



You can grow your own veggies and other kitchen garden crops it is easy.
If you have never done gardening and you don’t know much about gardening does not matter you can learn as you go. Just start on a small scale and you will be all right, after all plants grow by themselves in the wild; but you can give also a helping hand and Help Planet Earth
To start with, choose a sunny corner in your yard that is well drained, dig it up and add some compost; for compost you can start by saving vegetable matter and digging it into the earth. It is helpful to remember that all vegetable matter which may attract flies and can be smelly would be better if dug into the ground. Other vegetable may be composted in a compost bin or you can make a hip on the ground in the garden patch or beside it and with time this will become good compost which then can be easily dug into the ground.
Most kitchen garden plants can be grown from seeds; but for the beginner it is advisable to buy some seedlings from the supermarket or nursery, plant them and water them as required and then watch them grow, you will feel very proud when you pick the first crop.
It is simple, isn’t it? Just have a go what are you waiting for?

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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Nature Reconciliation Doc

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These are signs that time is running out to save the planet.

In the news today.

Arctic air and record snow falls gripped the northern hemisphere today, inflicting hardship and havoc from China, across Russia to Western Europe and over the US plains.

There were few precedents for the global sweep of extreme cold and ice that killed dozens in India, paralysed life in Beijing and threatened the Florida orange crop. Chicagoans sheltered from a potentially killer freeze, Paris endured sunny Siberian cold, Italy dug itself out of snowdrifts and Poland counted at least 13 deaths in record low temperatures of about minus 25C (-13F).

The heaviest snow yesterday hit northeastern Asia, which is suffering its worst winter weather for 60 years. More than 25 centimetres (10in) of snow covered Seoul, the South Korean capital — the heaviest fall since records began in 1937.

In China, Beijing and the nearby port city of Tianjin had the deepest snow since 1951, with falls of up to 8in and temperatures of minus 10C. In the far north of China, the temperature fell to minus 32C. More than two million Beijing and Tianjin pupils were sent home and 1,200 flights were delayed or cancelled at Beijing’s international airport.

It is about time that we really get together and find a way how to save the planet.

What do you think? Will we be able to save planet earth?

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