Ozone layer repair research maybe necessary

Parts of the earth’s ozone layer are depleted, because of the action of ozone depletion substances (mainly chlorofluorocarbons). These substances, from the period the world agreed to phase them out, till present, continue to be problem for the ozone layer and will, into the future. Scientists, aside focus on these substances have studied factors that [...]

Nigeria: Is Weather Modification deterring Rain in Lagos?

It’s been light showers over the last 3 weeks around parts of Lagos Mainland and Lagos Island, against the experiences of downpour prior to this time. Remarkably, things changed after the commencement of maintenance works on third mainland bridge, and public suspicion over possible weather manipulation has grown. It has also been cold, and rainfall [...]

Northern Ice is Melting at a Dramatic Rate

The combination of declining Arctic ice and Greenland’s melting ice sheet are part of a troubling trend that cannot be ignored. As of June 2012, Arctic sea ice declined by 1.10 million square miles and as of July a total of 97 percent of Greenland’s ice sheet had melted. According to satellite images from NASA [...]

Geoengineering: SPICE died. What Won’t?

The subject of geoengineering is complex, but this should not be the case for information-sharing about it. Geoengineering will remain confused and complicated, and even more, for most people if there are no information sources or encyclopedia-like sources for the subject. “What of several news-homes on geoengineering or institution reports on the subject” you may [...]

Shell’s Game with the Future of the Arctic Ocean

Questions are being raised about Shell’s ability to manage its oil and gas drilling operations in the Arctic Ocean. The company is reneging on its emissions commitments and is already having trouble with the ships tasked to locate fossil fuels. Right before it begins its drilling operations in August, Shell is trying to change the [...]

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