Mediterranean Tourism Could Bear the Brunt of Climate Change

October 1, 2009 / 1 Comment

[caption id="attachment_6556" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Sea Caves in Cyprus"][/caption] As climate change forces temperatures up, tourism in the Mediterranean may be deeply affected. The Mediterranean basin attracts nearly 20% of the world's tourists every year, but with increasing temperatures, visitors may begin to avoid the region during summers.

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 ...

15 Deadly Effects of Global Warming: A Catastrophe in the Making?

January 13, 2009 / 2 Comments

There is a point beyond which you cannot trample with the mightily patient Mother earth. She has taken everything that has been thrown at her and has tried to balance the planet and keep it up and running by making tiny adjustments and giving us gentle jolts once in a while. But when the planet that you call home is ...

Final Verdict: Human Activity Undeniably Caused the Climate Change at the Poles

November 3, 2008 / No Comments

Whenever there is a scientific theory or even an assumption, the most obvious effect of it, is the appearance of the skeptics. It is such people who have always maintained that the humans as a race were over-reacting to the phenomenon of 'global warming' and that it was just a natural cycle of the Earth that was causing climate changes. But ...

Southern Australia’s Astonishing Drought

October 14, 2008 / No Comments

We are all aware by now of the effects of global warming which is soon to cause a major hazard to the earth. Unless and until we make efforts to stop or reduce greenhouse emissions we are to witness a complete shift in the ecological balance. According to David Jones the head of climate analysis at the Bureau of Meteorology the ...