Archive for November 2nd, 2009
The snows of Mount Kilimanjaro will be gone within two decades, according to scientists who say that the rapid melting of its glacier cap over the past century provides dramatic physical evidence of global climate change. If the forecast — based on 95 years of data tracking the retreat of the Kilimanjaro ice — proves [...]
Click to watch the movie trailer – the next block buster to question the future and make billions. When I informed my daughters boy friend that the Mayan calender stopped on December 21st 2012 he said “What, did they run out of room?” That may be so. One thing is for sure however we are [...]
The only way that we can avoid this happening is to unit in a call to world leaders that an agreement must be reached at Copenhagen this December. Join those speaking out and register even if only for a single day in the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation’s COPENHAGEN CLIMATE CHANGE protest. Register HERE var showHover=false;
Posted: November 2nd, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Negotiations.
Tags: Australia, China, Climate Change, climate negotiations, Copenhagen, EU, India, International negotiations, Obama administration
Maybe the unseen future of our soils health is just below our feet. How will Ommatoiulus moreleti leave us? We live on 5 acres and have a large garden of about 1.5 with the remainder left to the natural bush. We grow a lot of our own vegetables (concern for pesticides in mass production and [...]
Extract from the book ZERO Greenhouse Emissions – The Day the Lights Went Out – Our Future World – Available as an e-book for $9.99 with all proceeds going to support the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation. Was the history of groundwater depletion and the drilling of fossil aquifers to be another economic positive feedback as demands [...]