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Posted by Toni on 17th November and posted in Uncategorized

These plants not only absorb carbon, but also to deter the onslaught of storms and tsunamis, protecting the coastline. 'Mangrove' action constituted a contribution to Pakistan's commitment to plant 120 million trees in UNEP's global campaign 'Billion Trees'. About UNEP campaign 'Billion Trees' was announced in November 2006 Nairobi on the 12th session of the Conference of States – participants of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. It was proposed to plant a billion trees to reduce the risks associated with global warming. It was an attempt to practice to demonstrate concern for the environment. Then the defenders of the planet have decided not to stop there, and announced a new goal: the end of 2009 to plant seven billion trees – one tree for every inhabitant of our planet. The Arctic Ocean could become a cesspool Norwegian scientists say that global warming over the next 60 years could turn into the Arctic Ocean trash – namely, a cluster of muddy, polluted and stagnant water, devoid of any flow. The reason for this disappearance transpolar scientists call flow.

Termination of this trend, which is already weakened Now, scientists have linked with global warming on the planet and the greenhouse emissions from industrial enterprises in the northern latitudes. Climate warming could lead to a complete melting of Arctic sea ice, changing directions currents and winds in the Arctic. As a result of this – for transpolar stop working, and the Gulf Stream and Greenland and the Beaufort greatly diminished. This will lead to the fact that most of the sewage entering the North Arctic Ocean, will linger and concentrate it in a long time. Over time, all of which can lead to serious environmental disaster, especially with dirty water in the ocean near the coast will be in Russia, Canada and Greenland. Google and the UN develop a map of global warming to the international community to provide a more complete and realistic picture of the situation with greenhouse gas emissions, and as a consequence – unfolding of global warming on our planet, the Secretariat of the United Nations climate change agreement with Google to create a detailed map of greenhouse gases.

The card uses a color coding, showing the level of gas emissions in industrialized countries. Map, developed with the assistance of Google, will be one of the tools that help decision making on the development of effective measures to minimizing greenhouse gas emissions and the impact of global warming on the life of the planet. Photo fact: Greenpeace expedition to the North Pole in recent years because of global warming is rapidly melting of Arctic ice. For four months on the ship Arctic Sunrise scientists 'Greenpeace' doing climate change research at the North Pole in the north-western part of Greenland. Amazing photos from the expedition to study the impacts of climate change in the Arctic, we present in our PHOTO Greenpeace expedition to the North Pole


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