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Message from ET23 - Global Climate Change and the Number 23

Date and Time : 2007.08.19 18:35:50

Thank you, I’m afraid it’s a rather long story, so I’ll give you a brief explanation.


In-progress natural phenomena are related to the global energy change. 360 more words

Beautiful! Or is it?

Take a look at this.

At first sight, yes it’s so beautiful! A waterfall that’s coming right through an ice sheet that seems at least a 100 meters high. 92 more words

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Paris Agreement to enter into force as EU agrees ratification

The European Parliament has approved the ratification of the Paris Agreement by the European Union today.

With today’s European Parliament approval of the Paris Agreement ratification – in the presence of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, the United Nation’s Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the President of COP 21 Ségolène Royal – the last hurdle is cleared. 591 more words

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Global Warming Essay

Spread Environmental Awareness as well as Encourage Fight against Climate Change Using Your Climatic Change Essay The Actual definition of Global warming is, “The observed along with projected improve inside the average temperature associated with Earth’s atmosphere as well as oceans”. 2,430 more words

Education

Olympic Inquiry Of My Own

Let me begin with a new idea: Have you ever had someone present an idea to you that was so completely totally different from the one you have now, that your mind simply can’t accept it?  1,404 more words

LIFE

Delia Heck

Title: Associate Professor of Environmental Science

Company: Ferrum College

Location: Ferrum, VA, United States

Ferrum, VA, United States, July 26, 2016, Delia Heck, Associate Professor of Environmental Science at Ferrum College, has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide, for dedication, achievement and leadership in environmental education. 182 more words

Education

Vanuatu's climate question: Preventing Pam's return

In the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Pam, the international community stepped up to help Vanuatu clean up and rebuild. But with the possibility of more intense cyclones caused by climate change, is this really the best world leaders can do? 10 more words

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