We can fight global warming by reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation and by making our food production practices more sustainable. Exploring nuclear: Because nuclear power results in few global warming emissions, an increased share of nuclear power in the energy mix could help reduce global warming—but nuclear technology poses serious threats to our security and, as.
We know that our world is changing. Our planet is facing one of the biggest and the most complex environmental challenges, which could have severe future implications - economically, ecologically, and socially. We know why and how we can stop this. We can fight against climate change and global warming for your world.
Because of global warming, permafrost and ice are melting massively at the poles, increasing the sea level at a rate never known before. In a century, the increase reached 18 cm (including 6 cm in the last 20 years). The worst case scenario is a rise of up to 1m by 2100.Learn More
Climate change has been called humankind’s greatest challenge and the world’s gravest environmental threat. According to the United Nations (U.N.) report Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability, climate change is having an impact on every continent, affecting agriculture, human health, ecosystems, water supplies, and even people’s livelihoods.Learn More
Online calculator reveals how you can help Europe in its fight against global warming. If you ever wondered what it would take for you, as a European citizen, business owner or decision-maker, to help the EU in its efforts to contain global warming, EUCalc has just the tool for you. Its intuitive pathways explorer considers all drivers of climate change in suggesting effective solutions.Learn More
The ExxonMobil climate change controversy concerns ExxonMobil's activities related to global warming, especially their opposition to established climate science.Since the 1970s, ExxonMobil engaged in climate research, and later began lobbying, advertising, and grant making, some of which were conducted with the purpose of delaying widespread acceptance and action on global warming.Learn More
Nature is one of our most cost-effective assets in the fight against climate change. Yet only 2% of global financing aimed at addressing climate change goes toward nature's climate solutions. 30% or more of climate mitigation. Protecting and restoring tropical forests and mangroves can provide 30% or more of the mitigation action needed to limit average temperature increase to 1.5 degrees.Learn More
Fight Against Global Warming. 34 likes. This community page aims to educate, develop solidarity and exchange information and ways of stopping global warming. Let's invite others to get involved.Learn More
Great Barrier Reef has critical role in fight against global warming Media release. 22 July 2020. The Great Barrier Reef's hidden capacity to store huge amounts of carbon has been identified in a world-first study that has also revealed its potential to play a key role in climate change mitigation. Researchers from Deakin University's Blue Carbon Lab in the School of Life and Environmental.Learn More
Excerpt from Essay: Stop Global Warming What can be done to combat global warming? Global warming is a very serious threat that should be taken seriously by people everywhere. It is happening all around the world: ice caps are melting, environments are changing, and regions are suffering because of this atmosphere change, as Al Gore (2006) says.Learn More
Introduction This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for the Fight against Global Warming, ICT-Glow 2011, held in Toulouse, France in August 2011. The 16 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 24 submissions.Learn More
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the United States “is still in” the fight against climate change despite U.S. President Donald Trump pulling the U.S. out of the 2015 Paris agreement.Learn More
To further explore the causes and effects of global warming and to predict future warming, scientists build climate models—computer simulations of the climate system. Climate models are designed to simulate the responses and interactions of the oceans and atmosphere, and to account for changes to the land surface, both natural and human-induced. They comply with fundamental laws of physics.Learn More
Many people have suggested novel ways to combat the water pollution, smog, mounds of trash and global warming facing Earth. Here are some of the wackier (or at least, wackier-sounding) solutions.Learn More