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Rain in Egypt

Egypt is a predominantly dry country, but for the past couple of years the climate has changed a great deal. My theory is that the climate of the whole world will change after the tsunami that hit Japan some time ago and tilted the world axis around 10 degrees. 546 more words

Global warming pause is over and the planet is now 'ON FIRE'

THE Earth is literally burning as a brief pause in global warming has come to an end, an expert has warned.   A short hiatus saw temperatures become more steady across the globe between 1999 and 2013.   169 more words


Today We Had A Heavy And Destructive Thunderstorm in Northern Germany

We had real heavy storm in Northern Germany today. I thought the storm was heavy in our federal state Schleswig-Holstein but then I saw the news about the neighboring federal state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, there was total destruction in some towns. 743 more words


Climatic Change is the Biggest Threat We Face Today - University of Atlanta Explore, Educate & Evolve Campaign

This year’s Earth Day was an important point in the history of our Earth’s environment. The increasingly changing Earth’s environment has led the authorities to focus on this issue and this year led to an unprecedented decision by the members of the U.S. 278 more words

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Sustainability in Mexico

The world is changing, it is well known by everyone, in every single corner of the world, the habitated continents are concerned about sustainability and climatic change, from the industrialized North America to the technologically developed and futuristic Asia, new countries are emerging and are on their way to integrate to the circle of the world’s top economies, countries like Mexico, that are specialized in industry must not forget about the environment and the climatic change, it is in fact affecting the entire humanity, but, why is this happening? 552 more words


Climate Change's Impacts on Arctic Wildlife

by USDA Forest Service -Pacific Northwest Research Station

Of the 201 bird and mammal species that call northwest Alaska’s arctic and subarctic region their home, 195 of them–or, roughly, 97 percent–could experience some form of habitat loss or gain stemming from climate change, a new U.S. 529 more words

Leadership In Science

6 - Danger for the Fiji Islands

My mom visited the Fiji Islands in 2004, and she is enthusiastic about the unique and wide variety of the nature and also the animals which live there. 306 more words