Archive for November 13th, 2009
Source BBC News … See video here Heavy rain and high winds have caused flooding in parts of southern England, as the year’s worst storm is forecast for the start of the weekend. A severe flood warning is in place for Christchurch Harbour in Dorset, while there have been reports of flooding across southern England. [...]
This is a satellite picture of the weather patterns over the South Pole (Antarctica) on November 16th 2009. (Day 7) It has been suggested to the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation by an independent source that over 7 days we should keep an eye on what unfolds. Days 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are below. Well [...]
So having watched and listened “How lucky do you feel?” Copy this link and send it by email to those others who we all need to take action………….. http://greenhouseneutralfoundation.org/articles/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post=1097 var showHover=false;
If all the appliances you were not using were switched off at the wall socket/ power strip, or unplugged from the wall when not in use, in the USA alone it would account for a greenhouse emissions saving of 1% of global emissions! This saving of wasted energy would be equal to US$4 billion per [...]
Posted: November 13th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General, Green Living.
Tags: energy audit, energy conservation, energy consumption, energy reductions, greenhouse emissions, greenhouse footprint, living greener
It’s sobering to think of our place and mans insignificance in the vastness of the Universe. But planet Earth and that ‘pale blue dot’ is all we have and all we will ever have. We live on a planet with no windows and doors. We are here to stay and here to go. How [...]
Global Warming 101 provides a concise and easy to understand description as to where we are headed unless we move swiftly to de-carbonize our daily activities. var showHover=false;
Posted: November 13th, 2009 under Climate Change, Foundation News, General.
Tags: Climate Change, climate change emissions reductions, emissions reductions, global warming, greenhouse emissions, science, stop climate change
Posted: November 13th, 2009 under Climate Change, General, Nature.
Tags: catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, climate negotiations, global warming, Obama administration, United States
SYDNEY (Nov. 12) – A large iceberg was spotted off an island about halfway between Antarctica and Australia, a rare sight in waters so far north, Australian scientists said Thursday. Australian Antarctic Division researchers working on Macquarie Island, about 930 miles southeast of Tasmania, first saw the iceberg last Thursday about 5 miles off the [...]
Posted: November 13th, 2009 under Climate Change, Nature, Tipping Points.
Tags: Antarctica, Ice Shelves, icesheet loss, Ross Ice Shelf, sea level rise, Southern Ocean, Tipping Points, West Antarctic