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Global Warming Causes, Not Manmade Japan Says

February 26, 2009 / No Comments

The conflict between the environmentalists and the political activists about global warming causes and the impact of human activity on rising global temperatures, seems to have been rekindled once again by a controversial report by the Japan Society of Energy and Resources (JSER). Three of the five researchers who conducted the extensive study concluded that global warming was majorly a cause ...

UK’s Royal Society Explores Adventurous New Ways to Curb Global Warming

October 31, 2008 / No Comments

Global warming is one phenomenon that has pretty much grown into the biggest demon the planet is trying to get off of its back and not too surprisingly, we have not been all that successful till today. Despite growing concerns over how the greenhouse gases must be controlled and their volume curbed, it seems the progress is either too slow or ...

Prince Charles Urges World to Fight Climate Change

October 29, 2008 / No Comments

Prince Charles is in Tokyo urging the world to fight climate change saying that, "Given the current turbulence in the international financial system and the immediate and damaging effect it is having on the whole world, the credit crunch is rightly a preoccupation of vast significance and importance. But we take our eye off the 'climate crunch' at our peril." The Prince thinks ...

2008 – Coolest Year of the Past Five Years

August 24, 2008 / No Comments

What was the coolest year, in the last 5 years? The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has the answer and apparently 2008 is. Even though we're above historical averages after the first 6 months, the forecast is clear and temperatures will be the coolest of the past five years. I don't think this is something encouraging, because the Earth is still globally ...