SOS Global Warming
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How you can help
1. Save lives and the planet by not eating meat
2. Recycling does make a difference
3. Planting trees benefits our Earth
4. Reduce carbon emissions with alternative energy transportation
5. Energy efficiency and sustainable energy can help renew our Earth
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Save Our Planet
The World Calls for Strong Climate Action
Unsustainable water use depleting the world's major aquifers - 2 Jan 2012
Climate change ‘fights’ rice farmers in Northern Ghana - 1 Jan 2012
France has had hottest year since 1900 - 31 Dec 2011
Studies highlight growing urgency of preserving biodiversity - 30 Dec 2011
Temperatures in December 2011 were a full six degrees Celsius warmer than usual in Finland - 29 Dec 2011
Increased chance of runaway Arctic global warming due to permafrost melt - 28 Dec 2011
Runaway Methane Global Warming
Melting permafrost intensifies greenhouse gases. - 23 Feb 2011
Account from scientists calculates methane emissions from freshwater sediments. - 21 Jan 2011
Continued Arctic methane release raises threat of runaway global warming.- 2 Jan 2011
Learning From the Past:Mass Extinctions and Global Warming with Dr. Peter Ward
Permafrost at Mt. Fuji and in Siberia melting at alarming rate - 28 Sep 2010
Antarctic melt is speeding methane releas - 23 Sep 2010
Warming Arctic oceans could result in devastating methane release - 30 Jul 2010
Vegetarianism and Climate Change
Sea otter fatalities linked to global warming via algal blooms - 29 Sep 2010
UK leaders and co-citizens speak out on factory farms - 26 Sep 2010
Experts urge more crop farming and plant-based lifestyle to end Mongolian desertification - 29 Jul 2010
Agricultural pollution ruins nature and harms health - 14 Jul 2010
Nepali women set out on eco-ascent of world’s tallest peaks – vegan style - 8 Jul 2010
Harmful pesticides fed to parasite-ridden farmed salmon - 7 Jul 2010
Global methane from the livestock industry underestimated - 5 Jul 2010
For background reading, take a look at the following resources which give more scientific evidenceof the impact of meat production & consumption on climate change
   Assessing The Environmental Impacts of Consumption and Production (2010)
   The health benefi ts of tackling climate change - An Executive Summary for The Lancet Series
- The Lancet
   Livestock and Climate Change
- Worldwatch Institute
   Organic: A Climate Saviour?
- the Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW)
   Livestock Consumption and Climate Change: A Framework for Dialogue
- Food Ethics Council (FEC) as part of WWF’s One Planet Food programme
   Slaughtering the Amazon
- Greenpeace
   Cool Farming:Climate impacts of agriculture and mitigation potential (2008)
- Greenpeace
   Climate benefits of changing diet (Free Preview - 2009)
- Elke Stehfest , Lex Bouwman, Detlef P. van Vuuren, Michel G. J. den Elzen, Bas Eickhout and Pavel Kabat
   Food-Miles and the Relative Climate Impacts of Food Choices in the United States (2008)
- Carnegie Mellon University
   Putting Meat on The Table: Industrial Farm Animal Production in America (2008)
- Executive Summary , Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production
   American Meat: A Threat to Your Health and to the Environment (2004)
- Polly Walker,M.D.,M.P.H.&Robert S. Lawrence,M.D.
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nearly all the ice could be gone from the Artic Ocean by the end of summer 2012
- NASA climate scientist Dr. H. Jay Zwally -
We have passed tipping points. We have not passed a points of no return. we can still roll things back, but it is going to require quick turn in direction
- NASA's top scientist James Hansen -
Don't eat meat, ride a bike, and be a frugal shopper -- that's how you can help brake global warming
- Rajendra Pachauri - the Chief of the United Nation's Nobel Prize-winning scientific panel on Climate Change -