Uzbekistan's Untapped and Unknown Solar Energy Riches

Celsias

for global influence, the USSR. The 17th century English philosopher, Francis Bacon, once observed that, "knowledge is power. So, here's some power knowledge that the West has overlooked, but may well contain critical information for jumpstarting Western interest in solar power. It's based upon more than five decade's worth of solar research by the sole 20th century competitor to the U.S.

Tunisian Teacher Cycles to China for Wetland Conservation

Green Prophet

After crossing the Mediterranean sea from Tunisia to Istanbul, he then cycled through Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and his is now in Xinjiang, China. Ben Marzou also has the support of local environmental organisations with the World Wildlife Fund Tunis Office remarking ( translated at Global Voices ): “This initiative’s message is mainly of a human and environmental dimension.

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Shocking analysis by country of years left to zero emissions

Green Blog

Because of extraordinary Mainstream media censorship in Lobbyocracy Australia, few Australians realize that Australia has already exceeded its “fair share” of permissible global GHG pollution before science-demanded zero emissions in 2050. Of course there is no way that Australia will meet its “all men are created equal” global obligations and cease polluting after having already in July 2011 achieved its “fair share” of the terminal 600 Gt CO2 global GHG pollution “budget”.

Biodiversity Hotspots and Their Importance

Greentumble

Agricultural expansion, industrial operations, urban sprawl due to an exploding population, global warming, and pollution – all of these factors are fragmenting or eradicating natural habitats and pushing an unprecedented number of plants, animals, insects, reptiles and microorganisms toward extinction. The Caribbean Islands have among the highest number of globally threatened species of any hotspot in the world.

Ancient Nabatean Wisdom to Push Back Desertification Today

Green Prophet

An entire community can be built around winter rain runoff, as Berliner explains when he travels around the world showing researchers and farmers in countries such as Kenya, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, India and Mexico how they can fight against desertification looking to Mother Nature, the way the Nabateans did. “It’s Desertification – the encroachment of non-arable land into areas once suitable for farming and grazing — is expected to get worse as the effects of global warming intensify.

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Analysis by country of fossil fuel burning-based Carbon Debt and Carbon Credit

Green Blog

Fossil fuel burning yielding the greenhouse gas (GHG) carbon dioxide (CO2) is a major component of man-made global warming. In a 2008 letter to Australian PM Kevin Rudd, NASA’s Dr James Hansen provided a breakdown of global responsibility for fossil fuel-derived CO2 pollution between 1751 and 2006 that is summarized below as a percentage (%) of the Historical Climate Debt (1751-2006) of 346 Gt CO2. million out of a total global population of 6,983.2

Island Nations can fight Climate Genocide with Carbon Debt & Carbon Credit Analysis

Green Blog

The World is increasingly threatened by man-made global warming due to pollution of the atmosphere with greenhouse gases (GHGs), principally carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4), with this GHG pollution deriving mostly from fossil fuel burning and from land use (agriculture and deforestation). Global avoidable mortality since 1950 ”, “ Jane Austen and the Black Hole of British History ” and William Blum’s “Rogue State”).

Question authority & think for yourself

Green (Living) Review

Climate Change is real but the term global warming that has been employed all those previous days is misleading and it has been obvious to me for a very long time. Oil is also the reason why the US and other NATO countries have bases in the other -stans, such as Uzbekistan and Tajikistan; both countries where human rights are trodden underfoot on a daily basis.

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UNU-IAS Reports and Policy Briefs

The Green Changemakers

This report argues the need to study the conceptual underpinnings of the relationships among city, governance, and biodiversity to create the basis for policies at the global, national, and local level, as well as provide some practical insights on the way to move the biodiversity agenda in cities forward. However, until such a global review is undertaken, regional reviews and national experiences provide some lessons which can guide further action.