The Global Warming Conspiracy

People take the earth’s magnetic field for granted, because its can’t be detected by our five senses (sight, sound, taste, smell, feel, etc). It can only be detected by the knowledge that magnetic fields exist, or a magnetometer. The earth’s magnetic, and gravitational fields protects all life on the surface of this planet from the [...]

Climate Change Erodes the Ozone Layer

According to recent research climate change may damage the protective ozone layer, which protects us from harmful ultraviolet radiation that causes skin cancer, cataracts, suppresses the human immune system, and damages crops and ecosystems. The new research published by Harvard University found that extreme weather like climate-driven summer thunderstorms might introduce more water into the [...]

5000 Miles Bicycle Ride For Climate Awareness

For many people the idea of climate change is of growing concern as they are not directly threatened. The people of Bangladesh however are becoming increasingly alarmed at the potentially devastating consequences of the sea level rise and climate change. The USA has the highest consumption of plastic based product and the largest consumer market [...]

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 [...]

Thinking Geoengineering

The Climate Vulnerable Forum has a number of sidelines events in the ongoing UN Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20, in Brazil, to discuss their position and expectation from the conference. The Forum consists of a group of developing nations that have high stakes in climate change matters; this includes nations from Africa, Asia and the [...]

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