Climate change is real and now.
A report by Australia's top science bodies, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) and the Bureau of Meteorology sounds the alarm about the imminent dangers of climate change.
Saying that temperatures have risen about 0.7 degrees Celsius in the last 50 years, the report also states that both CO2 and methane are at their highest levels in perhaps 20 million years.
As a result, every region of the country is warming during every season, and each decade surpasses the previous decades’ temperature records. Sea levels rising by 9 cm between 1993 and 2009 along with changes in precipitation represent other marked consequences of climate change, with rainfall in the north and central parts of the country increasing substantially while decreases in the south and east have led to severe droughts.
Scientists at Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization and the Bureau of Meteorology, we are grateful for this report which is also a call to action.
May we all unite in restoring harmony and balance to our Earth. In an October 2009 videoconference in Indonesia, Supreme Master Ching Hai referred to the experts’ increasingly serious reports on climate change, and reiterated the most urgently needed countermeasures.
Supreme Master Ching Hai: Now, according to expert scientists, the atmospheric temperatures are rising so steeply that we do not have much time left to change. And that is just what they have predicted up to date. http://www.sciencealert.com.au/news/20101603-20714-2.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sciencealert-latestnews+%28ScienceAlert-Latest+Stories%29http://www.france24.com/en/20100315-australia-07-degrees-warmer-over-past-50-years http://www.gdacs.org/reports.asp?eventType=FL&ID=2010_26&country=Australia&location=&system=asgard&alertlevel=Green&glide_no=Extra News
The effects of climate change can be seen in so many ways, with increased flooding, droughts, fires and even earthquakes everywhere in the world.
How do we stop these alarming changes The greenhouse gases released from the animals, from their waste, agricultural runoff, and the activities related to these massive operations have been identified as the primary, the number one cause of global warming.
We have to halt the meat consumption and the livestock raising Instead, we should choose to buy organic vegetable and fruit products to save our lives and those of our families, save the animals and the planet.
US-based United Environment & Energy, LLC introduces an eco-friendly roof coating made from previously used vegetable oil that can switch from reflecting the sun’s rays to absorbing heat, thus saving energy and reducing costs. http://www.physorg.com/news188454975.html
The International Union for Conservation of Nature partners with Âu Lạc’s (Vietnam) Quảng Trị Province to organize an awareness-raising campaign about the importance of protecting sea turtles. http://english.vovnews.vn/Home/Communication-campaign-helps-protect-sea-turtles/20103/113766.vovhttp://www.monre.gov.vn/monreNet/default.aspx?tabid=259&idmid=&ItemID=81649http://www.positivenews.org.uk/artman/publish/article_2707.shtml http://www.countdown2010.net/
The town of Klamath Falls in Oregon, USA employs sustainable geothermal energy to keep sidewalks clear of snow as well as heat houses, schools and the local hospital. http://bbedit.sx.atl.publicus.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?aid=/20100321/news0107/3210351/1011&nav_category=&template=printhttp://www.physorg.com/news188315245.html
In commemoration of the UN’s World Forest and Tree Day, Angola’s Forest Ministry announces that a conservation center is being created in Cabinda Province to protect and preserve at-risk Angolan flora. http://allafrica.com/stories/201003190685.htmlhttp://www.portalangop.co.ao/motix/en_us/noticias/economia/2010/2/11/Angola-have-biosphere-conservation-centre,be6dafba-bc16-4cd5-90e3-e859b45132c3.html