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  • rahiman: Page 5
    scenario for people to complain about the issue of climate change Many companies and governments have now set aside special funds to be able to cater for the issue of this change This wave more Previous 1 4 5 6

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  • rahiman: Page 38
    delaying development of zero carbon homes report finds January 19 2012 Shortlink Tackling rising CO2 emissions from the residential sector could make a vital contribution towards mitigating climate change according to a new report from the UCL Bartlett School of Planning Setting out the best strategies for achieving this goal by studying more Previous 1 37 38 39 41 Next Climate Change Impacts Archives July 2013 May 2013 April 2013

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 6
    changes are long lasting and can be permanent Unfortunately the majority of the earths climate change is caused by man made activities These activities involve generating or creating greenhouse gases Greenhouse gas production is simply created by driving a car using a computer running a factory or burning waste The devastating effects of climate change have been shown all over the world in recent years These include the melting of the polar ice caps destroyed soil that affects agriculture and the endangerment of animals Animals that are now endangered because of climate change include salmon the beluga whale and the emperor penguin Some of the countries that are badly affected by climate change in recent years are Bangladesh Burma Vietnam and India Due to seeing the effects that climate change has on the Earth through the news and media the question that is being asked is How do we save planet Earth Unfortunately this is an almost impossible to answer because of the damage that has already been done to the Earth However there are still some things everyone can do to try and begin to save planet Earth These include the three R s Reduce Reuse and Recycle Small

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 42
    like on the news Canons are fired every so often to scare off the birds The sky turns grey then brownish The air stinks and you see monster trucks driving everywhere as well as drug testing signs posted for the workers Read the full article here The Keystone XL pipeline between Canada and the US is an act of ecocide Share this on Mixx Delicious Digg Facebook Twitter Previous 1

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  • rahiman: Page 6
    has been more and more talk about the earths climate change Kids are taught about it in school we hear about it on the radio we see images of the devastating effects on the more Previous 1 5 6 7

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  • rahiman: Page 37
    higher elevations because of climate change but they may not be moving fast enough to keep up according to a new study by Duke University researchers It provides new evidence of their response to warming more Previous 1 36 37

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 7
    to major This is they there is increased attention being drawn to this subject Climate change is one of those aspects of the world that is not affected right away Something that you do today may not affect the climate immediately or even a few years later However if you do it consistently over a period of time there are chances that you will notice substantial differences in the weather Most times these changes are experienced when there has been critical observation and analysis of the weather patterns Scientists are generally on cue to try and study these changes so they can make predictions about what the climate might be like in the future They usually rely on theoretical models as well as observations to come to these conclusions Some of the processes they use to ascertain these changes include ice cores stable isotope glacial and periglacial processes floral and faunal records as well as borehole temperature profiles To put the discussion on climate change in perspective one ought to know that the energy that comes from the sun and the energy that is lost to space from earth create the equilibrium temperature that should exist on earth This energy

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 41
    constitute an act of ecocide if approved by Barack Obama say environmental lawyersThe controversial Keystone XL pipeline between Canada and the US would constitute an act of ecocide if approved by Barack Obama say environmental lawyers Read the full article here President Obama should be charged with ecocide if he approves tar sands pipeline Share this on Mixx Delicious Digg Facebook Twitter Previous 1 40 41 42 46 Next Climate

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